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LIBRARY OF THE 
UNIVERSITY OP MICHIGAN 



William J. Gedney 
Collection 



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in nsmlSwo Itfmu idu sfi adu jfe ft flu *r.fiu riwnu 
Ifl'fiu fiu uiR l^fiu nag iwiift wqj. i»m iwn •ao* 
ita^?Ju qrb QUiRpi ua ma iafo iByitu urf5 bj sudu 
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tnaljj iilw riimj ) uuI^&ju tiw «& aAftu vi ifa? rtu vn 

Isrt iw oltnn w milt] vu / ^ :*u wt\ m« nm filtn iBtbi 
ill vjoi , /in ri aw ri? ifei idfem ? ft d im \m\ itlu aV?ij riu 

\l liYiu tiSSu awi: uw lu *& iwn ' lilo vhu ^VaVj il: 
nlin ri ww r c i In tvi Qtnn ««: V!i#£in iSm nu n*u «ii $ 

fi35 s: Vf fi \vAm nnoj g rinwu: nfii #i uu ii rs s: idasm 
iiiLn jJ iia ma bsitAj ^ ^: itlu $ ditnBU twu l^nnln' n 
l^Tiiu w m rfto uYijn Hlilu film lOBAjnmaifwdi? uu 

fH«n en wTnnui fojnri wnma/flt) ( film vi ida<uu ma 
iilu g?imj ) filin win fi isjb mlfu idaim warltf un *nn ma 
SVi^tJu ur*? iny fi fi°i iw*j otto ifi«n nu fin m $w A\ mfieu 
Bihs fi Chatter. Chattered, Chattering* itlu au 
fi"Hn »bi <Tfwn fi . ifio nayaf^ftmn wu d: lu *> vifij uw If! 
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i4l ta ii 


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»n?m"v fc 


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filtn 


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film ';:?iyo/ 


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rffonu 


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DICTIONARY. 

A. 

v&x fftufan 

vi ilitrt 
|n rift 
'fa mifo 

mi a? pau^f wiou tw 

$ ? tm s: llfaj/ wlif - * 

rifo lttafc 14'iJh.w «D r>. *htn era 
nu/witm mj tfa o*fm: ffaw •* 

«fTy» Qan ^n £ ri mm* . noa s^ t^FiT.-Si 

Abdominal, a. * 'Jifil W ifel 



2 
Abduct, v. fPh m 

Abduction, *. . flu *d?iWLtfini) ttt) MS tftotwu Itfw^flSnn 

Abductor, w. ^i tfl TO I^O-Ul fiultJ * 

Abed, adv. tmi Qjj ll4 ^ MUM * 

Aberration^ n, • . my ^ten\l ffftj«M Itl tfa iltb STH R? m 4fo - 

Abet, v. y tw *K 1)f\ VtyU iflf) rra «A 

Abbflr*.!^ .. irfmajilyJ lit 

Abhorrence, n. fimi Iflftafl *B*5 OUT! ffTtfa 

^^^ *"°«- W W flmjQ «' wTaiutWnu 

Ability, n. • n ° 1 ^ $ «*: fa X]TfS UU R1TU mUTTO 

Abject, a. pfo iJu ^ {} $fl tm flKfla efa 

Ablaze, adv. \ftuU yf) fti&Xwuvy 

Able, a. 4l B*w.. mum ■ TW "K lilW 

Ablution, w. ftu |fa «ffu: tlltJ &llti flfim41 

Ably, adv. tmi dfol 6 tflti mUTO 

Abnegate,v. tJjJlOT l^fti 

Abnegation, it. rra-tljJiM 

Abnormal,, a. lal Ml Mil' fTW OTHUl 

Abnormally, a<to. *lmj mlantBflJfll 

Aboard, adv. $u tliflw . tfaljin tl»y W fa 

Abo4e, n. ^ Wf> (I tnWi tftu&ro 

Abolish, v. *ti ifti tfw*Rj &%i ^itlitJmuAo 

Abolishment, n. fr» ifta ^0 ififl MM fa WWlfojN 
Abominable, a.. 4:VUflfajf»< \h4t 



Abomin^e, v. 

Abortion, n 
Abound, v (in 1 
or with) / 

About, prep 

A talk about 

Round abuut 

Above, prep. 

Walk fou i abreast, 

Abreast, adv. 

Abrasion,; n 

A of the bkin 

Abridge) v. 

4.t>ridgnient, n. 

Abroad, adv 

To go_ abroad 

Abruptly, adv. 

Abrogate, v's 

Abscess, ri 

Abscond, v. 

Absconder, », 

Absence, •», 

Absent, a, 
* Absent, v. 

Absentee, n. 



Jj ij m ?5j tjtyjtu 

jbd ln^ twj ilrajini .ifioti ^ 

u rifa nan ri 

tm ■ffwtm {flu n5n IW^D 
tfin mj a: ft em 

§ ^* 

naen 

wis flasn 

fi> con ifcu m aj w *m r*i 

muj tfh*otl «ru ubu «J 

•fa UGH YV3 JQU 

(i wflii sJ! itlu ftfz 

W 111 nmvi -w5 wj vnfi 

JWY1 fcillfl 

Vlaoy Tin *m vi mn 



4 

Absolute, a. jjjjj tfom 'X{ti Qiw a fl $ riFi 

Absolutely, adv. jjvj mi .«3")fl_ IflJl '^ll 

Absolve, v. tlaa itlftaHaoy urCvfi unltf mnin'tnti 

Absorb, v. $ft BU iOI 3*J l4l ftMJSlWfSu 

Absorbable, a. t3TS igA ^jj i4lW 

•Absorbent, n. ft* ^ p 1^ 

Absorbent cot- 1 A 

. ton, n, J *™ 

Absorption, w. m ^ jfo ^ 

Abstain, v. ©w rwfa _ i]u ^in, nu v > fw jdoj;^ 

Abstinence, w. njjjjpin^ dffjii tJarwq^ 

Abstract, v. . uyn ^ ^ uyn sin r fo 

Abstract, a. {m u t]«n ftU n mm toil 

^ hairxl l e 'j?i __ . Am ma _ idHajan w itiu ami ifo 

Absurd, a. ^ Id VI $0 *Dll lh ifi 12* 

Absurdity, n, niJ ^ «& UQfl vn^ IjJ 2^24 fill TjilVWlSffil 

Abundance, n. ^jcu m fa Vf ITO 

Abundant, a. um fU Si Ittlta &1 qMJ 

Abundantly, adv. TflU JJin tHyJuf^ \«y ^}R14 

Abuse, n. mj ^ m Vfoftu R33 

Abutment, w. ^ tf n nVltf 

Abyss, «. m wn 

Acacia, w. tntl^'jOyi W& Vflu fisrti 3U tn 

Academy, n. R ip fayi gj fa Jtu thru g* till >IUT1& 

Accede, v. €jumj i*Jl fill fftirKuijj 



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Accelerate, v. &faku iw i» ftl \#& 

Acceleration, n. fj-^j $ yft £i» n |^ 

Accelerator, n. ^vtfQ fc $ ih \fr& 

Accent, «. jfft w viinu iftw won WQ iUi ion. tvi 

Accent, v. ^ $q p Q n if mini *nu lontti 

Accentuation, w. nu $8 ttlo Asm PnjjltfmRtJ ifoil 

Accept, v fa fa fap'jffQtjV* UMJF.nfil 

Acceptable, a. fa *gQtl V* 4t W3 *U 

Acceptably, adv. Ifty *aQtj Is WQ ta 

Acceptance, 7*. ^ fatfltJ CiUfi WO Is fa fa WT3J fin S* 

Acceptation, m mj vi fal^T WW i«n *U mo wrw 

Accepter, n. ^fa ^fi llljfj 

Access, w. y\ wi m 

Accessible, a. fa fa 4? i4VWrKj •) 

Accession, n. fiT3 ^ IflftJ m if; ^*u m* $y 

Accessory" a. 4l i#i TOtl " fa ItJu jn 340 

Accident, n. flTJ iflrtfrt tfift $U liJ YjU £fa {^"9 

Accidental, a. fa w: iSu illu 

Accidentally, adv. \f\u\u T1U ^ teKJ ifiJTvf 

Acclamation, n. WTuttSfiw frSJlftmj tyanw t wftMtauQuiiflu* 

Acclimate, v. O^j SW $U OTnfl 

Acclimation, n. fTU ^ By «m IRU 0"»m« 118 t|f 

Acclivity, w. $ tftl itlu lOu ^ iftl 

Accommodate, ». ^ iwi ltfroj un n VU"fi i wrc Is 



6 

Accommodating, a. 4i *U $ 4j <f\ irffcjSJ llf WO ta 
Accommodation,^ r^toj ^ -fa Itfajj wfojj 
Accompany, v. "Ill ifaj ifli «Wltl nll4 iftoU 
Accomplice, n. $H3J fifl Vh fTO *t 
Accomplish, v. ihXftfiwh Uu&ltAtf' 
Accomplished^ a, hj\iCjfa\ft$)mjifa 

Accord, n. Fi7)«.jWA^.ttu flfejU ls_fKi_ 

Accordance, n. i#i tlU flUI f?U 
According, a. WttJ **•*! 

Accordingl^adv^ my nft WfCttlfc 

Accordion, w. fa mat «jjn ^u i*Dl oon 

Accost, v. ^f\ ny gn #u tin traj nil 

Accoucheur, n. vtUO W$l RJJjf 

Account, n. tJTflj^ 4ttJ3U 6m ffl 

Suspense A. a. tnry% 1& Rm 

Account, v. t. $r nt tJjarffU Itf W UTUj't 

To give an account, ItfYiTJ 

To settle an acct. ftp] UTUj^ faz tlTOj^ 

Accountable, a f 4* fan Itfrnj 4* tfoj ill RTW. 8 a HBtl 

Accountability, tt. R7B4 fo Qfl U» mow 

Accountant, n. $ 8#rtnn)% tlW&tfJlifcf 

Accoutrements, n. ifdmuro nitj «V *| iftmrfttmkiftjtm uwww 

Accrue, v. tft$U rftorfV iftaCHHTH 



Accumbent, a. 
Accumulate, v. 

Aceumulatiofi, n. 

Accuracy, n. ] 
AccurateneeB n J 
Accurate, a. 

Accurately, adi" 

Accurse, v. 

Accursed, a. 

Accusation, n. 

Accuse, v. 

Accused, n. 

Accuser, n. 

Accustom, t». 

Ace, n. 

Acetate, n. 

Acetic, a. 

Ache, v. 

Ache t n. 

Head ache, n. 

Achievable, a. 

Achieve, v. 

AchiftYemmW-^ 

Achiever, n. 

Acid, u. 



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fit mA^ Tin niA? 
mi a: su s&iTfann 









ill 



vnlfla mm 



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4-i $n to 

naiAviy 
^to $n m 

uVUrnhvAj •' ■'■' 

4i itlftn imi nw w i^i. 
ibfi ' ' 

..J&DW fojV 1 ?JM.H£!p 



Acidify, t>. 

Acidification, n. 

Acidity, n. \ 

Acidness, n. ) 
Acidulous, a. 

Acknowledge, v. 
Aeknowledg- V 
tnent, n. J 
Acme, n. 

Aconite* n, 

Acquaint, v. 
To be acquaint- "I 
ed with, J 

Acquaintance, n. 

Acquiesce, v. 

Acquiescence, n. 

Acquirable, a. 

Acquire, v. 

Acquirement, w. 

Acquisition, n. 

Acquit, v. 

Acre, n. 

Acrid, a. 

"Acridneas, n. 

Acrobat, n. 

Acrobatic, a. 



8 
ilhltfatl&nitlunmltl 

fma niftft nm 
4i ltlfttt an tibu 

m? ufrm atoj wu\«v$V?& TO! 
ft fp 90 uon ft ^ nii now on •) 
in Vh wwm lu a& nntinwmflJiAjINfta ) 
wui l^ltjtJirrnru ifto srHi riial vwl*» j 

ft £«Tn $u iru rfU It) in m rfuV 

mj ft fti.rfi uw ru ^u ua ikwt]?i ww 

wiV VTr wVA 

nuvnU* trnjuuifc 

•am ft la*^ uw-ftltfVte' 

iilji £ rtoi Cta un tfm vn inf VlfT 

tfwn fa tfbi $m ft a IjrA si iQinof' 

♦j £ j* nu *| iiWfo -j i*b\i run 

ami itJ&3 rija «m nan £vi 

$W1 RtUJull! R3f) - RlAtf JJ 



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Adequately, adv.. .Xwm \f\U IWRS 

Adequatenese, n. R7I3J tijTCTUl flTJ WO ifajJ fill flm 

Adhere, v. fa f© t& fo t«ti «fo 

Adherence, n. Rmi olti f\-Q RTiJJ §A 6flti?J3 

Adhesion, n. RQU4 m MU\n gfl fU4 

Adhesive, a. fo iWViyQ 4? on iw&n uihi W* 
Adhesive plaster,*, .(ft m t/i tn ivrffa? ell dfo 

Adhesively, adv. Xm ifrfhtt 

Adhesiveness, n. Fimi AWU1I3 8fl 

Adieu, wter?\ ' * A°1 0813 1340 *m ffijld 

Adipose tissue ifo tBli fi .jfil JJTTI 

_ Adjacent, a. fo VliUFm J fm tf\ ffu 

Adjacency, n. , GTBjW'lfowrfU 

Adjective, n. Rturiw/ril ifwftj tistnflti WU llf^TA* 

Acfcoin, jl.~ „. JjUfiJllfi J^M^ife 

Adjoining houses, fo>U 6 oy An 1 nu aro* tuff 

Adjourn., w. iRn tljrpj efaltl l&OU flraift 

Adjournment, n. mnln tk-jW Win RWN tfaqrw 

Adjudge, t>. £. ffafiv W W 

Adjure, v. jft rfn?!j imj iiv im 

Adjust, v. <fl <fl Itfffjj 

Adjustable, a. & 01V*f« lifthjuV' 



12 

Adjustment, n. finjj «fa mj ItfifclU 3bu W 

.Adjutant, n. JiTw nm tto. 
&_djutant-genl., to. dfT® 3&..UD 

Administer, t>. <fl flTJ UW IJTU 13JG1 S*f| llf IJUtJ 30*1 
Administration, to. mj RJOU RJtM JTIfen 
The adaunistra- 1 niJ ^ ^ j™ ^ wEfto ^ uu 
tion of a will J a 

Admirably a. _ _ Juifo Sl3»L-. *3J_PJaJlUJ 

Admirably, adv. Qy-jj 5134 
Admiral, , n. UTO a J?P.A°D 

Bear Aiimirakw._„y3SLWS_Iml2L 
Vice Admiral, n. WU J!L*Li«!lL!§. 

Ji&miis&oMx. n- fiSBL^iiRiai 

Admire, v. *BiJ OflSJjy IfuSfl M&U 

Admirer, to*. ^^ 

Admission, to. nil JtJ 101 i«Dl itlu WSSfW3fl 

Admit; -y. ft folftiQN 71 

Aflmit to be beaten 3*tl ( WOW ) iltf' 
He admitted that ~ « ». 

it was exactly so 1J0JJ ftJ * ? n * Q ? TO 
Admit the justice , v 

^nL _ jtJ rtW RW £ 

Formerly it was -™ 

generally admit- UW ,lioi4 Wll [IVM flfttH flUTl 

ted that 
Admittance, n. R71W tlBii ft l^ itlu WJAMfl 

idmaaiglLiv* iwomyft jfajjfou 

' Adiaflnjglifi r^ a. g ih Ami a* 



13 



Ado, n. 

Adoteaeea 



eaee, u. 
Adopt, v. 
Adopted child. 
Adorable a. 
Adoration, n. 
Adore, v. 
Adorn, v. 



ana ^u m 



uqjj 111 C mnp J 



4j flis «»: uj&mi 

Adorned with art, usmfl tfcfifl 

Adornmejit» «. ..... mm Jj^lL. IftW %..l5&;ii&92 JtfW 

Adrift, acto. and a. RDtJ 111 »BSJ flU! tftlflQ *U 



Adroit, a. 
Adult, a. 
M«ltgijdL 






fn an»s 



Adulterate, v.' 
X Adultery,.^ 
Advance, <v. 

Advance, n. 



]ttj 



iSB BUftftt 



Advanced him 
money 

Cowftiaadyancipi^isii, 
Advance guard, n. X\mifa ill 



rrsaw fe$. 

111 ih ram ifiultl new imi tfu nsi3 1 

''03-ouhu i&bu u* gj iiu sailer 

w s» will m iforai i*J5nj vfi %u ) 

. ms J t n inntt] l^Vitf* nu hm ^ \fr dzX 



a&Dim 



14 

Advancement, n. rjbj ifim \n tmnflT) M P.U ATI *] 

V Advantage, n. • tfctumi' wmA^itlltitJ. & fuijj t'fsoj *3U 

Advantageous, a. 4s ft fjinj un 

Advantageous. j RTOi V-4tJ wti * l^Jfd AWififl uri 
ness. u. J 

* Advent, a. p^jj RQy til nu tttnj tfii s: jji 

* Adventure, n. ami iflJXW*' ftctjjw&j yoj ff")}J nui 

< Adventurer, n. ^\] i^y t«aR $"ifiti3 flui yaj GT&i niil 

* Adventuresome, a. ntfi fJlflj 4uii ftUilu. 7 ) 

y Adventurous, a. 4fJ$V» fl^i^inj ttf m^J 

Adverb, n. filyl 1ift£ 

Adverbially, flk£v..l«fiiiuf11ui ^m%j 

Ac- Adversary, n. fftw ^# RB $"fi Vh 191 IRll. lej^Q 

* Adverse, a. 4 J tffl RQ Rfl fftu ffa 

* Adversely, a«fo. ^fiy Rfl hi TTO ro mi Iwi vhj ifiliJ fm 
Adverseness, n. rtw «Bfl $J fn4 .fmu l<hlj i^fjjj uau 8J ' 

' Adversity, n. mtu iwnf fiw wft mm 

Advert, &. tfllirts nu thlifofota 

Advertence, n.} &<\ j 

Advertency, n ) -BffiUKiSJW ' 

Advertent, a 4i tlsf J wl W ?l* IQ1 U 1st lu tfi $Wm jyi 

* Advertise, .v u4j men fe ttltfftQ iHferlil 

Y 

X Advertisement, r.mj ifltftfi 

Adxactwer., -ft... J^iAm^ ^3aUtiJl 

Advice, n. iffufou 88 rilM£lh 

Advisable, aj - & fi3 R» ifiQU «rR 



I Advisableuess, n. 

Advise, v. 

Advisedly, adv. 

Advisement, w. 

Adviser, n* 

Advocate, n. 

Advocate, v. 

Adz. adze, n. 

Aerate, v. 

Aerated water, n. 

Aerial, a. 

Aerie, n. 

Aerification, n. 

Aeriform, a. 
< Aerify, v. 
^Aerography, n. 

Aerometer, n. 

Aeronaut, n. 

: Aerophyte, n. 
Aesthetic, a. \ 
Esthetic, a. J 
Afar, adv. 

< Affability, n. 

' Affable, a. 

Affair, n. 



15 

'fo mi re *s: tf) t#*ruwfo 
tmn ifiou -titrate^ uuttfi 
tfiu arai ww £tfoj ft fan ufo 
_RM?ui ifeu w$Lfc&n vnlo. .Ok 

imio nrai iAq ru ^u IffiEi itp utiu r\j Su 

Vhltfafi fi^ltl^^tJ^OiiflTfrfT1 1 SUIRBRW^J 

\fi win wti •) 4i ifibn w$* 

uw #i turn* $ gi o^j Iti oimn 

# un fiw&tf 

i m i\ Vh Itfaim f i»tu ift itlu Iobtiifi tfto fmr 

4* Sj jftujw 1» Ww trim* 

^:ltfri»"Rj itiu leltl 

f il tftinw rffa 6m tnrm 

ffi Iffifftfw Gu tffo *mj lu trim* 

ifalart §a mvra w enmn • 

4jit]uthti nwrw «•»!•) 

un #Via un ln» 

piroj ^nsi dnW'U'TK] •) 111 uwi l^hy I 

4t 8 uwwf tfo ft 

ip w$ iS$n i&ti 



* 



1(5 

Affect, v. tfl tUMll ft ioi rtiR im 

Affectation, n . nu tfU lil -fti tlaou 
Affecting, a. . toflnk tf 1 Itf nj^tj ll 
Affection, n. JTCTJJ Jft W JfJ WU fin* 

uft miv w& »w ri3 Is 

.v Affectionately,aciy. jfoj W1W ^ \^ 

*" Affiance, n. mj j} ^ & ^ QJ4 mi w f fa ^ 

tjQjj un Iwrm ufft 
$"iilu uri uri ^T<r mj y no 

Fma fw Hh winu 

4 j ri <a fa $* ftutiU rtbj h si* 
wo fi daw anyj tfa rii j^jj Ifo^j tfaj 
tfcvm em li'^M yhti 

1#jj ami Tpmf 



An affection of the 
heart, 
X Affectionate, a. 



.VAffianee, v. 
^Affianeer, n. 

Affidavit, n. 

Affiliate, v. 

Affiliation, n. 

Affinity, n. 

Affirm, v. 

Affirmation, n. 

Affirmative, a. 

Affix, v. 
>C Affix a seal, • 
.< Afflict, v. 

V Afflicted, v. 

X Affliction, n. 

V Affluence, n. 



y/ Afflux, n. 
Affluxion, n 





IT 




Afford, v. 


Itf ^dw iwo ItF 




Affray, v. 


max 




Affright, v. 


Vb l#wn \s nal vmn 




Affront, v.* 


RUllnJTVl 




Affrontive, a. ^ 


foVhltNfoifouta 




Afield, adv. 


tasj oon \i (uli 




Afire, a. or ado. 


4i 6 i«Sj du rlim |»n 0|i *bj 


tft 1wJ*gj} 


Afloat, adv. or a. 


aou 44 tpiij aou uVlti 




Set afloat, 


daoy l#ao?ntJ 




Afoot, adv. 


*tfcu sh iVh 




Afore, ad. or prep. flBU U1 now U 




Aforesaid, a. 


tfly tfi ^fllfriou u*S5 




Aforetime, ad*. 


In q8w ma 




Afoul, a. or adv 


^ Wli riu *m y* 




Afraid, a. 


4* nril 




Afresh, adv. 


fori fin $ ifi 




Africa, n. 


ttoa norllm 




Afront, adv. 


Inu ehuih 




Aft, adv. Or a. 


totfiu 




Fore and aft* 


to tfi to '»lfa 




IWft part <rf the Bmifefio 
After, ddv,*r »r«p. mu na*l U2?3 STtfJ 






Afternoon, n. 


tJIU ttRI tllll 




After-Wirth* w. 


jn 





After-crop, n. 
After-pains, n. 
^After-thought, n 
Afterward, adv. 
Again, adv. 
■Come again 
Ab much again 
Again a nd again. 
Against, prep. 
X Against tho tide 
X Against the will 

Lean against 
X "To run against 
\ Agape, adv. 
Agate, n. 
Age, ii. 
Aged, a. 
Of age 
Youth, n. 
>liddlc age 
Old age 
Agency, n. 
Agftnt, n. 
Agglomerate, v. 



18 

ttf till Ul $ fa WJ ^ fftM 

frcUj tbfl kli in 

FI3UJ Y) BFl 1114 fTfa Wfft 

my wrI 

(in fi wfii fin fife v&t 

ivh u en Yi wwi 
..j&s3U4jafi .js&uamA 

fiO iflU wr ^u 

tmi uj 
Tin w Is 
«? fii 

*tmj fiS Ciu f\h rii thn 
Xwi aw €mi fiaif ww vAt 

4ntlu$'uri tutri * 

ilrijj liy 

ftjiu t&o vi mo? yfti nu irvm $"Sut 
f«fa ms uvm fu y: *0! ^8u w^ 
sftu i-K'lfttta n»jj xi! i^i illy rlov 



19 

Agglutinate, v. ^h IiTRpi f«» 

Agglutinant, n. %ttt $ «fo w fl w ^ 

;, Agglutination, n. m |j n w dn faj im ivfam 

* Aggravate, v. tfi flu $ u ^ ^ uf ^ u £ m J, 

x Aggravation, %. fi7Ui rf^ 

Aggregate, v. msiu jffljf 

Aggregate, a. ^ Vnu niAfrifft djSJTW 

i Aggressor, n. ^|fa iW ^ \\i DTJ $ ^fl 8*04 

, Aggrieve, v. tf ! l^i^Tj U Vl JJ 4 

Aghast, a. 4j fln Is du flfi 9\h 

Agile, a. foiml} diw wfinlrflfc 

Agility, n. Raui iml? mj w^n ru & 

Agitate, v. Vh W* fM fcu ru l^^U 7KJ 

Agitation, n. ' FIXOJ ^i TO RT134 Jfevi U 

Agitator, w. ^itflltfVlls Itf^UTOJ 

Ago, adv. or a. ll»*3 lifl tuu 341 

Long ago MTU N1 Uffr 

Agoing, adv. dWld wfcjJ $ Still 

Agony, n. R70J l3u U l&U U ttt!"W RTttfa 

Agonize, v. rwnih'ltf'Clfl i8w lay mtjj dan anrifo 

Agree, v. HflWftU SOI fTu By liCJJ 

< Agreeable, a. OU IIQU idli 6 WD U Bil mJ 

This is agreeable QQU $ idu $ KG 1* 



20 

Agreement, n. pj^ tfnjnn T1U fin m wfofc 1* ffa 
Com e toaa«gree- ^ ^ 

meat. 
Agriculture, n. mj twu iw* ilgn 

Agriculturist, n. ^iuinj lu nu lux tl jn 

Aground, adv. my £ju in p d 

The boat is ground. ft Q iny $u jj^ 

* Ague, «. 1«ff*<u fhi 

x Aguish, a. 4* UttUT3 •) aim *) TOi *»: <tJ 1#* 

Ah, infer;. \ft ft 

Aha, infer;. m mm t iita ifi ire ] 

V Ahead, ac?v. $u Ul 

v Bight ahead, ajj ill 

^Come ahead of ft 

time, 

x Go ahead ifHi \ii 

X Go astern tiOU mt 

Aid, t?. 1j3ti pflVtyU 

Aid-de-camp, n. ojfrifitf 

Koyal aid-de-camp. jyfiBJfl' jfl/ 

Ail, n. arm i^tj il#J Tf tlw iduW* 

Ailment, n. ami fliTff iiW flltt 

Aim, v. aliihCj ilb- to iffiiQI 

Aim, n. „ B33U4i|WyT|U?135 

' Jiimlfifta».i3b AilallL gmw,, 16 -laL 

Air, n. Bimfl iJltfl WW nJu 



Air gun, n 

Air hole, n. 

Air pump, n. 

Air shaft, n. 

Air tight, « 

Airy, a 

Aisle, n. 

Ajar, adv 

Akin, a 

Alabaster, n. 

Alarm, u 

Alarm clock, ?t 

Alarm watch, n 

Alas, inter j 

Albatross, n 

Albeit, con;. 

Album, n. 

Albumen, n. 

Albuminous, e* 

Alchemist, n. 

Alchemy, u 

Alcohol, n. 
Non-alcoholic 

drink 
Alcove, n. 



21 

LIU RU 

dam sjj Ufojj iFm ivi 0*1 ai 

4i aw Dimfl ifluWiwn ^tdir 
vnufm xvhv irvi o aw aw 

• fan -Dig twarvffi ttwpi wu? 
rqijj vi iii Itf'wu » tfi Iw'wn "U n«3 

uTwmnn jj rctfi 

o:imi linn 

id?) una 

utfu ii fij ami Sj njnfu 

^ifi yJ eiu *| 

nm •fa wto itlu ijjon *| fIoj n/U .»* 

^"'fliuify \v rnj adi !ip 

wtji adj up 

an dni^Trt uV oitriB& 



AMcrman, n. 

Ale, n. 

Ale house, tu 

Alert, a. 

Algebra, n. 

Alias, adv t 

Alibi, n. 

To prove an alibi. 

Alien, n. 

Alienate, v. 

Alight, v. 

The bird ban 

alighted. 
Alignment, u. 

Alike, a 

Alike, adv. 

Those two are 
alike. 

Aliment, n. 

Alive, a.. 

Still alivo 

Alive or dead 

Alkali, n ; pi. ies. 

Alkaline, a. 

Alkalize, v. 



22 

£i«M #MWW WKSJ1 3TBJ0J IJJEl 

fa htw $n fltii 

ftamfto 11 uau l^fifiyj u> Xi'wnu :m 

n*ru $ oy 
tSV tiiu ^i oy 
uun ifitw 

a* >jt *m <b rqu irrc 
•uti ifa mx wfo 



liTUwi 



tmj fito ifiw ffti 

OTWij urn yhiu mu 

ill fl *fl "toj oy rj tHrj oy 

Itlll tfjO flTJ 

n§ eb *uQn v»&^» rw ifio an *j 
VhWutti dumAi) 



23 

Alkaloid, «. W m ? ito wl^™tr« u*ifc n*ll» 

All, a. or adv. ifl-Su hS dtt STSRf^t 

Not at all A T^l^ 

All over the body. rff & . Yi3 nrj 

Nothing at alL itJfhlfilJ Tj) ti Q:Tj iat) 

4)1 of you. ^luwwaiy unfiiwu 

All preheat ... cywaauaX mjwfcn 

A)lot*hich. S?? 1 ^. . 

Ail gone away, _ 3^ n Ji?!H?Li^ 

Allantois, n.l fa ^ ^ ^ nKlwx J yJ * n ^ RJJJ f 

Auantoid, n.) 

AHay, ». tftltf'Mt] 85 Itfatn juai 81 

Allayer, n. fiTJ fo Vfl Wfi ^ tfl Ijfajfti ttafl ifoti M 

The pain is allayed, flr&J dw yy RfrtJ mtl Rl lift 

Allegation, w. fTB 3X1 §u «uu fro nita vn rm 

Allege, v. iJiJ tu £TW iiffwa 

Allegiance, «. PWTJJ *fa 4o «io i4l Jldu f\U 

Allegory, n. rfiOipWI tfl itlltlU 

Allegro, a. 4iAilfrti [Wutflw] 

Alieluiab, n. niJ ^ £-, Rjjuflrjj wnyitflfl 

Alleviate, v. fa \fr im tffou M W q ^ ^jf 

Alleviate tha • *, < e v ^^ 

suffering. WRTOIJfrtllTtmiHKI MM*?, 



VCV 



Alley, n. 
X Alliance, n. 

Alligator, n 

Allot, 

Allow, v. 

Allowable, a. 

Allowance, w. 
* Alloy, n 

Allude, v. 

Allure, v. 
K Allurement, n. 
K Allurer, n. 

Allusion, n. 
X Hake allusion to. 

Alluvial, a. 
. * Ally, v. 
x Almanac, n. 
X Almighty, n. 
* Almighty God. 

Almond, n. 

Almoner, n. 

K' Almost, adv. 

X Almost there. 
•^Almost without 
intermission. 



24 

nson tin ifixi mi urn 

m* itlu \iti nu 

turf 

urn tmltfoin wti/lflii sfj aa"in 

li^ Fiiii rfwrnn uou wu nrau sfaj 

4tf R3 StS^) 1 * 1 ^ ^Aw? you 

•bqj $ ft) idu m *j ^nij rtjsj ovinia 

mj tki mp iw r,m rii ilu Du 

ti ft j iaj iQi na'ia iriyu fa d»tj nstiti 

*3*h ih TOi ljf na j th ptnu ws 

mj4iinulifww df\ 

^dm aoti wq aw 1^63 w 

ma ifo tfta nan fa ma nan ittau fa 

tfofa 

njw »ftt) Ru 4j iK $a m m fa u 

WJt £*tW JJWTTjtl! BiyJlTW tJfyttU 

wa^h ^ti«t]vS Enymw gi ti $m 
ualtfotiu mi 
^usn tnu titiu ru §u 
iftati uvrti 
iftou fa ilffi 
Taj 1m ^: rm 



25 - 

Alms, n. YITU 

Alms house. fay i^yj ru ^y 

To give alms. u«m/vnu^ 

Go collecting alms. \\ Qtumtnifi 

Aloe, n. y-i^T 

Aloes wood. ItfwtlJJ l^nquntf 

Aloft, adv. \m ay pj h jw uu m ttrW 

Alone, a. ufi ^l6w 440) J$1 Wl 

To be alone. By.fiUjfori 

To let alone. __, tllitK] EUI tillflp'U 

Along, adv. BTjAl 9l~0J UT3 flBBA prep. UTUtl SHTOi VO 

He went along. inld.fejm Id Tfij 

Alongside, adv. ^fly liQU *ff1l iJO UBli J1RU fit) 

Aloof, prep. \m BBnltl . WlAll 

Aloud, aaV jfaj iftlJJ fft ifojJ fil 

Alpaca, n. $0 ilflt TlO& WW eft #l $tl TIU 

Alphabet, n. tJn*DJ: 

Alphabetical, a. 4l 8T34 a*">MJ B*?VDJ: 

Akejj^ a<&, .,iift*5L.-.US-dnSLfi. 

He has already a * £ 

come. — - .AVTSUQiWBl-.. 

Also, .cwto,_ .^....iJ^lJU!ti*_i31!L\R* J^LiC^ 

Altar, n. iniulu'toa uviu y*ai 

Alter, v. Uffatliim UtllW VhothlBU 

Alterable, a. fo B*W «K Ulf^U V' 



/ 

26 

X Alteration, n. tm ulatm utlaj fttJ iitf itl&UU 

Altercation, n. nu "frm itiw fiu 

^f Alternate, a. 4j waf) ftU fam U«Tri ftffo ifti fftj 

Alternately, adv. \m ru «r yi tmj «r»*ti rfti riu 

Alternative, a. 4l Q1S ifonlff ». A laori itn lu 1HM mill 
Alternatively, adv. tmj ufl> illa^U Itiu IV 

Altfiough, conj. fo nsnui U3JU to trill to . ffc W^ 

Altitude, n. RTN $4 fllVMfl STH HDD & 

Alto, n. ifojj vi arm my^Yi 

Altogether, odt>. lrt"ffu • ItftfiflU w!ti34 rtu ^mnufj 

Run altogether, ^ wIqjj. riu ^l whltj 



Alopecia, n. 


JfflLHf£JU» 


Alum, n. 


auzfii 


Aluminium, n. 


us 8u irtto wito 4i *dt3 a a im 


Alveolate, a. 


fotwHttlw . 4i na* 


Alveolar absoese. 


dfuorm 


Alveolus, n. 


w^rn flu «bdj flu nn wu 


Always, adv. 


iauo Iti 


Am, v. 


oy ' gite 


Amain, adv. 


^Rll lllfff 11 W ?HJ W8U 


Amalgam, n. 


nu tlutljDYi tilJin^ kiw i4i rM . n^ JutbiJn 


Amalgamate, tfc 


ha itJu mrnfan Hirfii duriu 


Amass, v. 


> nawWltfonn nu«a 


Amateur, n. 


•jum dn tfa 



27 

* Amaze, v. fa VWjwmh U Bfc«wiA«i fin 1* 

* Amazement, n. rttjj djiwaia *U sfy ta RO"JU /in U 
x Amazingly, acfo. ^^J VM tkvifllfl 

*; Amazon, m. viftjJ «B")W YMTJ 

V Ambassador, n. rnrflfl $flfl 

Amber, n. iJlNU a. '5J twam ^S W rilWU 

Ambidexter, n. ^0801 Itfw flOl $0 
X Ambiguous, a. fa aAmiXfr fa\\ UU ^flli UJ ni: < IT 

* Ambiguousness, n. «3ijj rimfcl Tai Ull 111 llf 

* Ambiguously, adv. trty Fimi fllTON *HU Oil 111! WW 

Y Ambition, h. R3104 llsumi Ifi'TJO RTOJ llrfflUI Ifl'tm 

* Ambitious, a. 4l OUTTI «K *BnC 4? fHJIfl W 'flO 
<Y Ambulatory, a. 4 1 WJ oy ffu ti W idflUU W 

Ambulance, «. jfl ida JCi URI TU AU tlttl 

X Ambuscade, n. Vi *]JU *BDU UW ffa^ 

X Ambush, n. Y> 'iJBU mj ^3J itni 

X Rush out from an a J, < 

ambush. flUM^OOnimTITpj-Hm 

\ Ambush troop, «. ne j ^ ^ Bl4 

^Ameliorate, v. vhlw'fl-im w|Uai 

Amelioration, n. flnu illflOJ Jirn Itfrwlnj li *3U 

Amen, inlerj. fh UflW IWQ Stl B1JIU WJtl*?1 *nth m A 

Amenable, a. 4l flQJ JO Mfl US , 4i ROT JU Uf\ *flOU 

^ Amend, v. wfi iitlai §*kntjtttft ri T4 

x Amendment, n. OTJ idsuu liTfltf R im ' 



* A mead a, n. 

j^ Amenorrhoea, n. 
America, n. 
.American, a. 
Americanism, «. ' 
i Amethyst, n. 

Amiable, a. . 
Amiable counte- 
nance. 
-Amiableuese, n. 

Amicable, a. 

* Amicublene'ss, n. 
Amicably, adv. 

x Amicably settled 

Amid, prep. 

Amidships, ado. 

AinisB, a. 

x Amity, n. 

Ammonia, n. 

Ammoniac, a. 

Ammunition, n. 
Among, prep. V 
AuaougSt, ,, / 
Amougst friends. 

Amorous, a. 

Amorously, adv 



28 
mj fa ujoj •Mru \m nu yu tt»"Ri 

djtivifl Ku3m 

uw Tin. dnivw oriiBm dnu o:i*Bro 

nuwu $fl wo film nu ilnwi oaxBm 

waoii w u^ 

\h sn 4j fo wo w fh 

viil^ m tax ail fn 

ami ui jn flTw iiiu $ m fh 

woj dnu ifjTuovi rm 
ffoj fftm clou dm nu 
nn ai rfa odn fiw niw 
\u win nan "to viuj na* 
*Ipu o^j lu nau ai 130 

vn flu dna"B t\yn 

du o^ tfaj mi i+i idu lu zvm 
o^j \u wmr w?n urn mvKj 

\m fi rhvmn jj-m 



Amount, n. 

Whole amount. 

Exact amount 

What amount. 

Amphibian, n. 

Amphibious, a. 

Amphitheater, n. 

Ample, a. 

Ample space, n. 

Amplify, v. 

Amplitude, n. 

Amply, adv. 

Amputate, o. 

Amputation, n. 

Amputated finger. 

Amputated foot. 

Amulet t u. 

Amuse, v. 
x Amusement, n. 
X Amusing, a, 
< Amusing theater. 

An, art 

An orange. 

An hoar. 



20 

*1U7U > t. «3J l«ft IIJU 

jttyoriwfru 

hjj s-hhx i>h A 

arm u*oy ivii la 4tuw wils 

jfwrti o\j ml uu un ur lu uVlrf* 

4j on o^j w tu uu un ii« laTui 

«tutjj ni»j fi uu uAifaeu tfti 

4* WO nfil H3TJ wo 

ft nfti wd vi we RijRX 
ft wo tm diwui flroj Iwnj 

tftU tityltU t«J WO NJJRtf 

tfi DTI rifc l$0f> 

mj Jhwi^im ifon rife oon 

wfcnyi fftlntj nu *| irJo* w mi tfuif 

Vh lifarau Is IffawSu Is 

nx iiiu Itforynfi rm ttfawRu Is 

itlu ft ui «ryn& urtfi wx 4i ih iwfiu Is 

aw nan 

via tfo nfo 



90 

Anaconda, n. ^}iu tlthl Wj ^Ittfom 

Anaesthetic, n. y-) hjj lif wau 

Anaesthtee, y. tf i lifawfi ami f»n twj «U Ml 

Analogous, a. 4j-fltf%j.nu imjiu r^tu rm 

Analogy, u. rjbj fljfoj i&W rm *lu UQJ wta M^t 

Talk by analogy, gfitfltl 3"l iti1\Jd yn B8WCU 

Analysis, «. nmuin rif mi uun uw con iiiu wn ^ 

Analyze, v. jjyp n^ utll fllf , 

Analyzer, n. ^"iiib WO iitin nf 

Anarchy, n. m$ til0ti Ja£n WO A7»J tin WBf 

Anarchist, n. $y ua: V$"}1 tflRTU flTBJ tin PlJQ? 

Auasarcous, a. tilt! tftM *JTJ 4t JJ u\ imm AT iSs 

Anathema, n. fa m; fa tfiil* s atJJ ,{p4 tfnm lu ?nff\n 

Anathematize, v. flltt U*DJ Oil:' J'/iaO ifiu 

inatomieaCa.} dw^roWSlin U *mr«i»» m 

Anatomically, adv. tfiy nil eh WW flW < 

Anatpmist, n. ^Tincij tu>H WW «W 

Anatomize, », WW ififi tmj sfa lliu $U *| 

Anatomy, ?z. mu Vtir Y^p irem ^3ii efox ru •) fLifhwcyr 

Ancestor, n. y *n muia y iiiu cm w:yir 

Ancestral, a, cliu tiiu £itlu &4 »Rf» 

Anceetry, n. T1TJ fhriil Wty« tfto «/©p& 

Anchor, n. frwt) f?0 

To weigh anslior. mm AMD 



31 



Anchor artnR, n. 



„ palms, n. 

„ shaft, n. 

t , stock, n. 

„ ring, n. 

,, chain, n. 

„ buoy, n. 
Anchor, v. 






^jm -sbr So 

tlaatj nua vinp avis {li mjQ 

Ready to anchor. Eft ftJJft i&kliJ man flUQ 
Anchorage, n. VI fioa H3J0 VI SG0 ftl8u 

tlai vfi i&j otli: iSfn lita tuw 
uri luntu irii 
lay \vrm 



Anchorite, w. 

Anchovy, n. 

Ancient, a. 

Anciently, orfv. 

And, conj. 

Andante, a. 

Anecdote, n. 

Anemogmphy, n. fm? uaw rfoj p *kn $ ajj tffc 

Anemometer, n. iffeoj flTTOlfl diU"« itwft iM! g^u ?fa 



MQ1 QY)1U fjBUVif) 



Aneurism, n. 
Anew, adv. 
Angel, n. 



5T1 »»jf 



32 

Angelic, a. ^ ^ ^pjjpf' fi ^y fit! p« flW 

Anger, n. flxoj ^jj ttt Xmz RTOJ lfl1?J3 tflJO 

Anger, v, lif dtatflJ? \fc\l\Xu flulu 

Angle, n. yu ipftm wn t)ai flfl Itin 

Angle-worm, n. w'ifiou 

Angler, n. ^inn tlai fmwyouitJF) 

Anglicism, n. jfiittu $fl uw VTC affiljw 

Anglicize, n. Vh Itf^n toiu ifowu fwntp 

Angrily, adv. Iwn Iyui* imj «Dfc Is 

Angry, a. Wnjo -d>l Is Ipu iki l« 

T » bft angry r ifa k ™ J *"** fil? 

To look angry 6 wifi & ynft jiu jjb 



A. with each other. 

Anguish, w. 

Angular, a. 

Anile,. & 

Animal, n. 

Ammalcular, a. 

Animacule, n. 

Animalculi$4» i& 

Animate, v. 

Animated, a. 
Has animated 

character. 
Animation, n. 



<t* Is 4j mi ua <tfi , 

ami Trimf into Is 

4* itJt4 3-134 to M&Wi ulu ui *] rilu i 

& tJjmou to tow ttftijjrj: 
£ tnrni aflsn ntim Wis 

R7T3J 4u UW R7W ^U 3l 



33 

Animosity, n. f^ tnjff imfo mm atfiJf a 

Anise, n. fo Q:vi fl w ^ ^ n8 f u ;l j u ,^ QJ y^^. 

Ankle, n. fo 4 #j 

Anklet, n. fliVril fclMlftflfi 

Ankle tendon, n. ifki fat] ravu *. 

Annals, tk tMWTXfns 

Anneal, v. 1W ^ UsE'U i^i€lll9 

Atmex, v. ^^ - ur j ^ Q ^^, J^ ^ p ^ f ^ ^ 

The map j^nnexed. uem fi 4j 8 a in wlojj ny 

Annexation, n. T1TJ im i*ai J»J FtQ tiu 

Annihilable, a. fa eis VhWltf' fa fa claiflJ «L #nj 

Annihilate, v. ward ltfrfHl Id flf] ifoj 

Anniversary, n. 7U wis fjti"U d IU aam UtfStJ 'H1U 

Annotate, v. . fa c!?JTd F)713J 1*4 WOJ $ flU $\4 119W 

Annotator, n. $ueij »h$tnti FUljj \u 6m .6 «V ^W WW 

Announce, v. uanl^tfeitU- tli3 tlsTmn 
Announcement, n. ITU uotl ^ tfi u«ft HT134 
Annoy, jr. nrrouV* T)7u\s 

annoying™* 7 ^* ^ ^ - " ; fa llWw*KlJ fo tff» 
Annoyance, «. ^ nw ^ 

Annual, a. u ^^ ifi'tlwfomufl 

Annually, ocfo. ^, n {j ^tfefltl 

Thoypayannually. ,m l^thi Uul a: ftS 
They pay seuu- . ... 

annually. HI W Ihi l#tyi RW fl 



Annuitant, n* 

Annuity, ». 

Annul, v. 

Annul a contract, 
Aanuled from 
this on. 

Annular, a. \ 
Annulary, a. j 

Annulment, n. 

Annunciate, v. 

Annunciation, n. 

Anodyne, n. 

, Anodyne, a. 

Anoint, v. 

The anointed. 

Anointer, n. 

Anointment, n. 

Anomalism, n. 

Anomalous, a. 
Anomaly, n- 
Anooymous. a. 
Anonymously, ad& 
Anonymous letter. 
Another, a. 
One another. 



m 

^faflud 

flu fUb d »:fifi ftud 

.^o opu tin i8n 

4b ^cycyT ltfidvi riu ifin nu 

W u wq It! \jfi8n apu 

nil dlnwm wMo afurui ' v3o ngwnti *ro •} 
titj tf'nfbi 

«J1 W 1# pim B70J Au thfi , (ili Itlu sfa 

4j £ tjvif tJu nm btbj tlau ' 

*iiu ^ Iffau fia warn miu. tfcljflj 

rm i4jj vfi jju 

mi utlun tnuni G'n 4b rfivmn 

4* itMtJ iitlun jwo urns 

urn 4i tn> mJun mutu itw In taunt 

4j"Ijj to 4b 4/bJ jTeuiat 

WUJSQ tfo&UlYlrf' 

6u fofo* 6no*u*ut 
ffuiiutnu 



35 

Another person, p^ ^ 
Thai ib another \ . , 

matter. / vft* itKi TO WU *m 

Answer, v. ah HI flOU ta* fib tt. flWOtl rflU'mil rlmu 

Aaswer for another j£j jqj llKTlli RU 6\l 

heard } ft 'WU'Qu ifajJ KQl) IajI^Qij T> 1U 

Difficult 10 answer, yin $ ^ 'fcfouilrf* tlTfl ^ S: Uff 

1 can answer for. cfa ftj lisiTVuUf'Vl 
It will never \ <.*,«. 

answer. / « " W IfT 

Answerable, a. 4l aormQU & WQI ftj fifl IJOU il «Jj 

Anewerably, a</t/. IflU filttl WOU llT 

Answerer, n. f^Y\ flOli l#" irtft cTflGU 

Ant, n Ufl 

Am-eat»'r, /i. nm fill WW 

White ant, t, tlajn 

Red ant, n Uf\ uf)S 

Ant hill, n *»OJJ tJftW 

Antacid, ?i. Ui AMU njfl in Ultitta 

Antagonism,*. HU f\ WO ^ flJTW.tllflli 

Antagonist, n. ^PQ ^ «fy 

Antagonize, -y tia^l/* fW ^1U 

Antalgic, a. 4l tmiTil flJtti tfofl lit 

Antecedent, a. ^J Oty a * ,,0u 

Antechamber, n. *fo* *& UOTl tfcl fftl 

Antedate, v. f£ 5u t$0 rifi? fo ui^ 



36 

Antelope, n. 4"flj:$ 

Antemeridian, a. 4l 0|j fiou $Jtf ifitw flMI fti 
Antenna, n. " • » waft HOI UU?U W*W "| 
Antenuptial, a. 4l illulll nOU TITJ 'frlff J4Jfl» 
Anterior, a» At O^j "fa til . Yl O^j ricu 

Anteroom, n. tfol ifift til ft tlj^ftt 1&4 fifl *fc Mli 

Anthem, National, iwiw Ntflfltaj WR UTJ3J 
. Anthracite, n. pTU flu «B$fi U«M ifio Intf ifou UJ & «& 
.Antic, n. m* «»n a. & im \il W WX 

Antic, 9. YITTTD ft ill tfi UX !.. 

* Anticipate, v. fcto wmTfltKJ flmivh^ ihlfohrth 
Anticipation, n. ' mi 8w ROtt.lflkiU WO «3lj ill 
Anticontagiona, a. hi t)"N il-toju $0 IjrV' ^ 
Antidotal, <*. 4* Uff tm* Ullfio UtAl nil *lW mifit) 

Antidote, w. VI UlfttalfllBJ SJ1 iflo tn Sit Via fti Su 

Antifebrile, n. ^ <n ttlfarkl feu- - til tfe^tW 
Antifriction, o. & 4* tfl Ita da U> llbu M 
Antimony, n. *uiltfm 
Antipathy, ». rthj matlfl BO ami Tji *BOli 

Antiphlogistic, n. <TWn W ^ itllj fiflN&t! 
Antiquarian,a.orn. aw «ioi ttjnw ttW UOJ ifh ilri 
Antiquated, a., m h\ Itiu «&0* twTCU kl ifji 4* Vflal W 
Antique, a. • Jlfl ttHTKU idu UOl irii HTTI 

Anti-scriptural, a. 4*TjJ llfci fcUJ iatskti' luiflfl 



37 

Antiseptic, n. - ^ ^aiU Yi lift] Til Itf ifio IT* l^Btl WQ ifaf 

djajif^ ifin ?u 

Antler, n. nn omi iw ifio lift rail- unui iin ran 

Antrum, n. «bqj ^jq ^WJJ In flKflfl Itlw 

Anvil, n. tff yfj $ info 

Anxiety, n. Rmi lllli tfa flfti jtlu ^flU^lfto RTftjjQU Wfto 

Without anxiety. IjJfcuVuta l&i*U lAo 
Anxious, a. tfu itlll fi3» lli Is U Ju ITU ita 

Anxious to return. 3tm ta SI ntfil 
Be anxious for. J^ ^ Q njutwifto 
Anxiously, pdv. ^ n -j TO fol jfc) Jf^ 
Any, a. and jpron. \ n ^ Q ^ \ w ^ w fo fa 
Not my. "Ioj iay itisii i*u 

Not any body. Tdi £i W 1DU 
Anything. .fela*|- 

Anything whatever g£[j « ]^] j-j 
Did not see any >q .* -. ' « >n • „,« 

body, ™ ™ ivm ™ Ul AWU § In 

4nvjone.^ _ .flullt^-k. 

AsaLSSX M^Jjl^jI^ 

4?x, ho Z: _.jis!3iMA._-jd„iji.f)y.Ti^ 

^^ke™- ^ Iwu ^.fl^.^^lwu^ttw^,. 

Aorta ^ ^ ^ d^afto Simoon sm ifaj ait ifim 

%>ace, twit;. \flU & ^ ^ 





38 


Apart, adv. 


Kit tvtn tuy a«n rfa 


To set apart for. 


ffflfrira wn jfto 


Apartment, n. 


#bj 


Apathetic, a. 


4j dm^m Ami £&n 


Apathy, n. 


pitbj tbwm fiia* 


Ape, n. 


fij ntlu wfo £ tnms Pi^iy uyw^ 


Ape, v. 


tflnatm itnmrw 


Afterieot, n. 


in janu to tn tip a. 4j itlu yurtnu otm *j 


Aperture, n. 


| •bo* tow ifta 


Apex, n. 


UDfl t]»iy 


Apex of the heart. t]flK) liw tfita 


Aphorism, n. 


•h ^rm&8FJ 


Aphorist, n. 


$A\xu Qrirfi* 


Apiary, n. 


_i iftlll w 


^, Apiece, adv. 


ft »: tm ifoj win nfe ^n pro 


■■ An aM apiece. 


emwiSj ours 0*3 


Apish, a 


4i (j filtn mi Ht ffo i$tm 


Apode, n 


ifotf ftljj fi nfi 


Apologist n. 


^mo wan em urfift 


Apologize, v. 


mo nan Wfow no iwftft 


Apology, n. 


mj mo uifaft *#»w$j iwe uo aaji 


Apoplexy, n. 


IjA »U $ tty tifl RU ft* ife R3TJ 


Apoplectic, a. 


wwTOr an t)i n^i t&o am aft *ft rjtj 


Apostate, n. 


em l*i 4o ffa mj fii jmui uw wv> 



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Apostle, n. 'fnlu&wf. $^a $Tu\'frmm 

Apostrophe, n. jfjfoj ^jj-^j fi [ * ] 1* UVJT4 fjftw ( 0/ '#* f 

Apothecary, n. £w*WJ til TTCJ lU tjy 111 

Apothecary shop, ttwn AWI . >fa «?imhu ttl 

Appall, v. 

Apparatus, n. 

Apparel, n. 

Apparel, v. 

Apparent, a. 

Appeal, v. 



iwifij VS* if&bi tfwu in si rot mm >fli 

uw mu u^ uiii tkifo *u ^ 

4j im 4j rnviis ow ivm V ilnshw u-tt 

Will be apppealed. *z sfo* ^TfiBrii 

Appeal court fl'ia ^YiMTU 

Appeal to the court $tm qYtWOi ttO ma il 

Appear, v. tljnn WU § IWJ4QU .1WW US1 

Appears for the > • «i • rt „ N 

■ defendant. \ **™™*™ 
Appears for the ^ ^ R:ni j Jj-jy 'Unitf 

prosecutor 
Appearance, w. 
Beautiful 

appearance 
Appease, v. 
Appeased, liis 

'appetite. 
Appeasable, a. 

Appellant, n. 

Appellant, a. 

Appellation, «. 



Firai tiring ui tm ma 
| 5] tJewku 11W . 

Vfarnjar Vhltfawtj 
I fbtfeimu su arm oum 

•4o tamwui* 



oirra in Uuau 



W« 



40 



^3 So! wo *na Diryi 



Appellee, t». 

Appellor, w. 

Append, u. wjj fa -fa vtffj Sifl tfov itffljT 

The map appeoded^tm vi 4 J fifl *4i n|j 

Appendage, «. *bqi vi flfl wn i^filTV «8BJ ifo IflJJ l!f « 

Appendant,*. 4* ifov WU u 1JJ fifl WDU 

Appendix, n. not vi ifa 4«d1 famv W«?3 •DDT 41 VU ifi« 

Appertain, v. itju *boj *| 4611^ rib 

Appetite, n. w&j oVm 

Apprize, v filtfamm 

Appetizer, n. «doj tjj vblifanN tJliin ififl 1IU 

Applaud, u. «n>m1nj vn urn «u £o -au 

Applause, n. '.is ?»u Co vn tioi mj.uamfTCvi mji^oj 

Apple, n. tjaljj'QtJ-w BUI 

A Jnilic^le,^. } ** S^ 33 K *' ™ ^ m ^^ 

Appliauce, «. fo ^ Q ^ Q , £ Q $ \tf 

Applicant, n. ^q ^ w 3 0j 3 -q ^«gi?j jjm 

Application, u. rtuj jy l^nmfwn KjijiiS U m* Torn* diuWo 

Apply, o. «DQ l?Vft| VNl TVi'flrlti ' IBVl+iVT 

Applied to the A 

court for. * » «1 TO WQ rtm 

He applied himself |£i|| rt»4 VoHl ill VI 

Appoint, v. ffj iItvwii llfti th i ' ifi V« f& 

P t?ewurer? lR Ifathl «tojrf|n 



4i 

A^iaUi da y, ■_ ilfftU 

Appointee, n. •J'ftj ph a^ui ^jfj «& * 

Appointment, n. fa ffi jiriW Dli ffttWfl UW 7U Ufl 

Apportion, v. utilW ii^fl Itfwh 1*r& 
Apprise, \ . \' + 

Appraize, j ; nrtkiittWRl WW 

Appraisement, ». niJ nrtlstUltUSIRl. 

Appraiser, w. ^ ftunnu & SIR! «BQ3 W"W *| 

Appreciate, v. . 3Ql , yf 1 lirtu W 

Appreciation, n. ami *BOtJ RTDJAjiniQ FITftJ *UQU RU1 

Appreciative, a. A* IJTliltt FtfUi *DBtJ 

Apprehend, i>. ifiX R3J W Hfn <U ON PR n«3 

Apprehension,*?, nmni: fli/ltJ Rmrvfals H1T3J fin H0 

Apprehensive, a. 4* fin rial (i R3UI fin n*J3 

Apprentice, n. gn 3JQ ^TiiSn Wfl ^Hl$n ffcm m Hi nu 

Apprise, v. tion u^m UOn aW-lKuT 

Approach, v. i*lllnjt mn'wVisS' ViR*V8iin 

Approachable, a, fa cm IT) Via" W Qis W Inst W" 

Approach to the fS? «?wiu 

bridge. • • 

Approbation, »: flmi IW4 •8QD ffol 

Approbative, a. Til iiWWWBJ IWU$ ffoll 

Appropriable, a. 4? »JJ *W ^Vf'la' flhft uun H VfafM 

Appropriate, v. lailfchttfb «14 iQJ 

Appropriate, a. ®U 1}U nij.. mi i'filS'Vf *M IOJ 



42 

Appropriately t adv. \m j^r?j \m jh Jfal \fti Mfe& *H 

Appropriation, n. fr&rcutJl%' (hi ntJ *ilU «J d 
Approvabie, a. ^-^ s: iViu li l$%J 
Approval, n. $ m W y dftl ivfti ti «W 

For approval. ifonrlif wuTOldjM 

Approve, V. tW U *B!1U ' HW $ d&J 

Approximate, a. Jjsjxu Hi W'ltiu* ifttltl *:V" 
Approximation, ni rr* IrufrAw i«i1 ^n fl ' fl"0 UOU fllVrf'iff . 
Apricot, *. ■ «« IsT^dW V\ftl 

April, w ifou tfjimru ; ^i i itw dnrjtr 

Apron, «. ill mfi Tfrmft fro tfl* iflm* 

Apropos, adv. • tfiv itiu itai ^onvi fc 

Apt* a, jcj wwi tffntfitflw • 

4?**?* ... ■..._„ .jsjL^..^?/ 

4P* t0 wa8te **!i*?L* : ^J!i?? '. 

Aptly, adv. \^ gn fot \m to ptltfUsi 

Aptness, «• atm joj mux mtjj £ ti iaro 

Aptitude, <m gtltfW.ioA? 

Aqua, «. >^i ( rmi U« flv) 

Aquarium, n. £nfc«m ilw tlm tr» ilffi JtW tl»T 

, Aquatic, a. diy uq; $ ififi tfto t$ \u & UW tK 

Aqueduct, n. ni^tfi 110 rfStt. *»1 

Aqueous, a.. 4*i*iu0i 4lftJllfeW» 4*lthlW J 

Arab, n/ -tfT} tfciU* Ktflfiu UW Q-mfo 



43 

Arabia,, n. tlttiYi* ttmfifl 

Arabic, n. jyaji aittftj 

Arable, m ^j fiy Villi Ullrf* 

Arbiter, n. ^ i^| pi? n>| ]Ru idu nan 

Arbitrary, a. 4j UTJJ U« U flti ' fl"&J Ufi Is TOU : 

Arbitrarily, adv~ XflU thflD *U WU 

Arbitrate, v. »T9l J^U \m R*l 101 RU m tt mv 

Arbitration, u. nif i\ UOH ttf rtl nfiTI fa Ru 

Arbitrator, n. BynjUfl ^flU RU flRTI § m fa »U. 

Arbor, n. jfwfctyfm fv\ti&m 

Arc, 7i. «fa vfl*J ^ 

Arch, w. \fc <fa wi 

Arch, w. Vh tfJu M tfft 

Archer, n. tfQi ill Itf i4"rli jy 

Archery, n. nu Sj ifnwu/ >B1 Ol ty 

Archaeology, n. "Hi. eta •aoltliJTW 

Archaeologist, n, tlfi dimin&l"Ri uo/tuncu 

Archipelago, ». YUfi. jj vty im: 

Architect, n. «btj Am uuti Abu t]i ftrmii *j *»-w no fllw 

Architecture, w. >jn uw T1T3 do afil 

Archway, n. vni 6 #nfi It) riftj $j vm YITJ l«^i 

Arctic, a. UW fifl muo 

Ardency, ». MNli&ul* RTOJ til It] RTUJlTUlU 

Ardent, a fa Jtj fcu 4* fl fllttj fem 411 



44 

Ardor, n. rjuj Qy Tllr . vmu lou JU \ : \ 41 W rfl fo 

Arduous, a. fimm UTTI (to Wl 

Arduously, adv. \f\y ffuiTTJ Win €l 14H 

Are, v. rfi turn sm 2te o|f du 

Area, n. ■'$ u4$ -Jfofo ififl ^ti flTS ffl nJ» UT3 

Arefy,t>. Vhltfiflfe 

Arena, w. artnJJ Vfoj ffWUi tffl 

4reometer, u. jf&OJ ftl \fi ViUfi WW 14 1 } 

Argent, a. hi tf) rfftj flu hi T1T3 iW flu 

Argue, V. iffclJ liu tjfolBt] riu . 

Argument, n. flTJ R1 W US uffrfl . 4f) Fmutifafiw tlil 

Argumentative, a. tlfcnDU fel flU tfifa&UJ 

Arid, a. . 4l litfl udJ ^ Uflfl WJ1 

Aridnese, n. rtoi Ulfe lisfj Fimi utfS WW 

Aright, aefo. WTM $ pn tflll pn to 
Arise, v. Arose, * * * * *| i 

AriBen. • ? n w <u 5?™ ™W ' 

Arise from. Tf: iJvi tWC IP UW 

Aristocracy, n. ^jj yfj rinfl . $ti BKJR tm rfflfi 

Aristocrat, w. fv%4 Vitu 111 fl^ ^u vm flU fiQ WU 

Arithmetic, n. "ftp 8r i«T3 

Ark, ra. fo ktlj " fin W 

Arm, «. ii^n «• & oi^i $a trqp $ ifem fiw ttu 

Arms, n. i^qj mf sin ncgn if&tM f^iwlii *w$wtu 
Arms of His . ^ » m 

Majesty. *F U?H K 5 ^ 1 uwu FM 



45 

Armful, n n 0tJ w ftj . 

A. of wood. flju ttBU w fo 

Armlet, w. riVU mi UUU 

Armpit, n. <jjbj fft itf 

Arm chair. iffi fi 8 ft fh U*flU 

Both arms. ., - uniu Til g 

iy-mament, n. : i&m OTJ ii«: gn fiu KV *| ifif) W RCTU 

Armistice, n. *faW ^ RI ^ ^Ttf n "^ NQI & u 

Armor, armour, w. ir a jqj qt^ tf3 id iflJX $il iJQ ft 

Armor bearer, n. cTriB QTJI U1W41 

Royal armor bearer iTlfalj WRtiff* 

Armory, -n. RRJ 01$ $ TH1 QT^B 

Armor sergeant. . itftt $tl Jflttl tlf 

Army, n. T1W Ylfo Ufl 

He went with his ««. ^ I I - A 

army to. Ufl T11W ifo 111 dfcWI * 

Arnica, n. . tn VI mjfifljf lll« tfl i^W 

Aroma, n. n^U ttBW 

Aromatic, a. 4f3 $ n&U WBN 

Aromatic, n. fe 4rt £ fl^U VIBJ4 W iQfl 

Arose, v. * o fin ton ^Tfl Arise 

Around, adv. Xm JQTJ prep ffeil JtJtJ SOU 4lJ 

All around. JBU yfj 111 

Come around. timjdflUin 

Arouse, v. tJ$n l#sp & 



46 



Arraign, v. inr Hi Jiu fa: . ifej Mltrttf 

Arraigmnent, n. nil flfil3 W^YItt .iTJ **ti J VI tffli 
A rrange, ^ -fa u-» r ityftf tSlb^ff l$S RtfJJ Ufl fit ffti 

J^MLarrajy^d. «fo |gftun ifrittUJJL 

Arrangement, n. wa v$0 fS *hn ;i W ITS <R ItflhiU fctf 
Make arrangement ^ & 

with ereditors. *n »* " " wm i - 
Arrant, a. fa 4) frd §1 

Array, t?. - <fc i«fiura rfuJll umU'ihltJ UM pfillllMfn 
Array, n. iffoj um my mj i<q1 uwlttl^li- 

Arrears, n. §j yj t fiu rlwufl fitf Vf 

Arrest, v. <lj^ t fi3X fpJ ill Itfwjri 

Arrest, n. mj «fo ^Jjfr nu fit* rm *U nya 

Arrival, jn._ .Jlljnfafi A¥J3jfiUDjB.4**« 

On the, arrival. Aftiaftf,- fl&?4")fowj5 

Arrive, v. t U) ftf ■ hlltfTt 

Arrive as far as. Itllitfc ifill? 
AnrvecTat a clear .'«, *** ^ *< .- 
understandi ng. 9 <* *™ ™ " D^ *™ ™ , 

Arrived together, fti.tfewfiU. 

Arrogant,*. 4l KJ13 n&lfofi Vlftm ifiU 

Arrogance, n, fTB im #m lfiu niflj*fM ifiu 

Arrogate, '«. tiltfntmj fl^!JlWi"iflu nil 

Arrow, n. {f> Ey 

Arrowhead. dfTRIfncy 



.47 

flu wy «r» ma 

Arsenious J " 4 ' dj:ntU *« " W V* «* « « * 
Arsenious acid, n njw SHJ MU 

nwin to An jw8j 
Don sm Be 



Arrowy, a. 

Arsenal, n 

Arsenic, n. 
Arsenic, 1 



Arson, n 
Willful arson. 
Art, v. 
Art, n 



Artery, n. 

Arterial, a. 
Artful, a 
Artfully, arfv> 
Arthritis. *». 
Article, n. 



mam nn"i« lu M na 
»ih*. ti^aftn tBapif nsofl vh wtJ njfaualiua 
ih^fifca eon srwjUauj iftmy "51 WiV. *j 
«w twin ^afln urn 
4/ Vinaifna www 
^#>u Vfaia insin laynaw 



Articles of the 1bw«bo ngawTU 

Articles of assocta- x, ~ ~ * •. 
tion TO UJflU lite* 

A permanent ^ 

~ AFtJCk _„_ J 

A teni^orar^ *£ticiejft£nrifo'n 

A precious article HfitU'V) 



Articular, a. wfo «fo riKpn 

Articulate, v. tfi iflwltWft QF^fttf $f\ STifojJ f^*3 ithi-46- 



48 

Articulate, a. 4l Ku\^ itk 'OG *] 4-! r, Iffafo 

Articulation, w. ^ 4l |^ ifawlifafa fT8 sto HRjn Itfa ft *] 

Artifice, to. uivfnii ami wm 

Artificial, a. 4ndu HtW ll»Q« TiJ lilfT 

Artillery, n. thitnnj 

Artillery men. tMTJ flu W\j 

Artisan, w. ^itlu tny •siflu uwunlfi -J 

Artist, «. f*8V^yu via ifi an: «*Jn lufmal 

Artistically, *dv. \fto ftltn tfto BT&l ^T^lnj ilW vkj 'h 

ArtlesBly, adv. tnii 4a em ^mi.tirmm law na 



Ab, adv. 
8o kind as 



SoJWk 



jftnh... ifop^: 




In so far as 1 • a • 

In as much as } UESUm^Mm 

In so far as ha can W1U ^ fo fV 



As it seems. 



•nw rffinn 



As «ia?iLaji 
AaJIL. 



.thy., itlluu.ii 



49 

He writes as fast w ^ yu tffo thu.wft 
ts you speak. ". , " . T 

AaJfiiL Kejcfix- mm mvjmi 

Aa.it may be, ww iwi. 1? rtlujfta 

A8, ke..wishes, _ «TU IV) dsM??^ 

Aft, before. .^^1 ^j« nBM 

As soon as. _ *BJn_ _ UW tm ^ 
As much as there is *"&J * *J 

AUjsjmcL mfiou ** Villi' 

A? it were. _ lt T Jl,tJ ^ 

Inst as. . J«p *& _ <\ irrc lAa 



Aesafoetida, n. 
Asbestus, 
Asbestos, 
Ascend, 
Ascended the 

throne. 
Ascendent, a. 

Ascension, n. 

Ascent, n. 

Ascertain, v. 

Ascetic, a. 

Ascites, n. 

Ascribe, v. 

Asceptic, a. 

s, n. 



lf | ti. eft oanvcnrftai ta eft Vh ifoj flf ftai iwyii 
v. 4ult! inxfa jj4u 

4* (« fc 4i £ tarn mu wot 

nu ivft h\i fi rm 4u ^1 jj *| 

my 4 4u It] rvtf $ jri $u 

foj Itfam 'ire fnu trt|u\l lifau St4 «iW 

W ifji to nm un <w h 

nu fnw uw \m ^1 jdli ife tartftin 



.Ash, n. 

Ashes, J n * 
Ashamed, a. 

&e ashamed of. 

Ash bucket. 

Ashore, adv. 

Ashy, a» 

Asiatic, a. 

Aside, adv. 

Set aside. 

Ask, v. 

Ask carefully. 

Ask something 
him. 

ABktonfrfo, 



60 

ciy 4j aanu 

.. Asm mm 
tHivli' tunhtrw 

tm «& mti & 

4* fi $ itn Wu iTli rim 

*rw 1 WTI TYIft 

•no tiui fojtmT 



jfiraWtmiyniw 



Askance, adv. . imrtfttSm iwfonfafoi naon HI. 

Asker, n. ^Hj ^'110 vn $'&U am 

Askew, adv. tri'j m*w mid «3tf wut 

Aslant, adv. tmj itm l^W ffnimld «&i? vifti 

Asleep, adv. # lMJ wfu By 

Fast asleep. UOU 4 tin 

Asp, n. ^n iron vAs Xu tfciYiw na^hm ;::! itj] i£kj 

Aspect, n. v\# Ri . 



^^0f>-<^^m^- <~> ^ 



Asphalt, n. 

Asphyxia, n. 

Asphyxiate, v. 

Aspirant, n. 

Aspire, v. 

Ass, n. 

Assail, v. 

Assailant, n. 

Assassin, n. 

Assassinate, v. 

Assassinator, n. 

Assault, v. 

Assay, v. 
Assemble (for 
pleasure), v. 

Assemble (for dis- 

eussiou), v. 
Assembly, n. 

Assemblyman, n. 

Assent, v. 

Assent, n. 

Assert, v. 

Assertion, n.. 



Uift fiw rijj mm 

TTO Wy W ttlU Is WW R14 SJ4 ifi 

^"4i ouin siltfuij i&sfc $u ^ibqu tlnmn 
iJjitiin Irf'ili nrai ft Ci $u 
eft m tfafmvcic 

^aotj th ru 

ah ^qu ili im Atit] *r 

i«8i ju g'fim it»"! nro ^tffwnru 
«oj yiw aoj n. mj via aqi n^i ru •] 
Tf^i i4fj n*ii ( >wd nu mjifo ) 



Assessment, n. 



rro tljrp uw nm nu tfc^w 
*njV3n uw 4i tlir^u 
Qu now fti ii <5j <jou 
nil won an ai nu oynjw 
rnJna ^ft 0i4 ti 
nu miia Cm tiU 

mj 0S nfti nu 8w md 



62 

Assets } n ' **T* ^rf'fc'BDr^^MVlW'wft 

Assiduous. g, mfa yyitftwuj-flj 
Assi duousl y, adv. im j ifim Wli u n. 9\Tto w&i imi? 

v Aasigo. v. tf™4?ll!JLJ* 

Assignable, o. Ois rfwua IsfV elfl^ 

Alignment, n. HB flttnin 3jDD p WUffiQ 2J0U HO? 

Assimilate, v. 1%Wltt&m Itfnaisj "ilJ wfiou ITU 

Assist, v. . *8KJ tffc Vi^U B r Fl wyu 

Assistance, n. «3UJ qji'W^u DJUflraf' flTttJ fWiRrcvf 

Assistant, n. ^TO flu vi s: TO Iff 

keek assistance. W * HI vn ^: lift] miflrwf 

Offer one's assist- j* 1 * ■ 

ance. ftJ 01in ^ V : 0Qfl ^° ™ 

Associate, n. j+> wn ifou WW ^0|1 iwn ifitn fi"u 

Association, ». mjdhffU «ctuW3 

Assort, v. Unn ^ ^^ ^^ ^ ^^iflw. UUn 

Assortment, w flu <« ii^n itlu pti"tf q ;du n 

Assuage, v. VhwpUN flfnii Ijfwu m 

Assuasive, a. 4l tfi Iffanu pi»il^ 

Assume,*. &>fn lir «u ifi #114 idu tfifTftn 

He A. duties of. W W fo iliw itfi «ill <| uyiu 

Assurance, n. tT» ill ifc nil ffajVlp rfl WTTU na* 

Assure, «. ill llhllu Mo V IiMTA. 

Rest assured. toKuUji 



Assuredly, adv. 
Asterisk, n. 
Astern, adv. 
Asthma, n. 
Astonish, v. 
Astonishing, <*. 



53 

Xf\v oy ■&';? irki ita ir» ifly 

*h lA"vi«in Is Vh \frfimt tln^ma li 
4i tkviavi 4j itlu il vitfi rifrumf 

Astonishment, tt. MUIp*flSJKfU Fmu.fimi 

Astoond, v. tfi IvVtkna-tj} V* di tin wut mj .iwi U 

Astraddle, <wJv.&a.4l in flioJJ XfM WOJJ 

Astray, adv. twj VIM VWW VW wrffl «m VMt 

Astride, adv. XfiU Hi flfau UI flJBN ti"W HI flfau 

in sijjtu in ^n 

4j win & tfiltfajp Itf fa itfi 

4* twin oulvrc ?ftu t|fl fc 

ATB4 IdtlJI BJn* £ djjjup V\fTfl UVWUJ 

tun sm rtti win una ^tn t!U 
4 tnWf uoti tH i ntiium mi Him 

itfcu 



Astringent, n. 
Astringent, a. 
Astrologer, n. 
Astrology, n. 
Astronomer, n. 
Astronomy, 1». 
Astute, a. 
Astuteness, n. 
Asunder, adv. 
Asylum, n. 
Ai,prep. 
At once, adv. 
At home. 



At war. 

At your service. 

At all. 

Look at. 

ffotatall. 

Ate, v. 

Atheism, n. 

Atheist, n. 

Athir8t, a. 

c 
Athletic, a. 

Athletics, n. 

Atilt, adv. 

Atlas, n. 

Atlantic, n. 

Atmosphere, n. 

Atom, n. 

Atomizer, n, 

Atone, v. 

Atonement, n. 

Atrocious, a. 

Atrophy, n. 

Attach, v. 

Attachment, n. 

Attack, v. 



54 

Hi mi wrjui 

www 

ww $ " ■ ■ 

^j"fr fib Tilii 3j w: ^idu i4i 
4j nravKi 4i i) wuj rasvm 
j}im4 "■ 4* -ihinnj lu ttd !i ncfi 
tttj ifiu *rw *} mn «bj itwft tTI* 

huj&o usm^ fill i «f^in ueiwi Ian 

to jjtvwj^i fiflflfcj fin im tlsaviw miiBm 

trim* Trvc . rati firm $ 

tla:»nrf. 

m&w ilu Ji tn iilu dmi 

tWItitt tin uwi'ttf itoW 

n* tu. m trw mi m fa Vfonu vtiti 

" inx mi Vh ItfPta rfU ' Dittoma ^^ 



55 

Attack, n. fyg & fifr wir y ni j i^ $ 

Attack by robbers. tsi R limi ifn 

Attain, v. *■ q'fa 'Xfi'Xmft ffllA Hlltljrwrf'. 

Attainable, a. . 4j Mi\Y RB $ ftAtf' DHJ (to 

Attainment, n. • nu $ fil " nVlff'roJtlnfMff' 

Attaint, v. Vhltffinfl' thltfllluriR 

Attempt, ». roj n qjrivf' I^UJ HUTU"!*] * 

Attend, v. fifl RUI Jfj li" RW ft* wl ta ftf 

Attended to the », - i <? • 

interests of. *» ™ ** ' W " l""™ 4 1W 

Attended to his W Mu flh IE 1W ill 

business. , ♦> i y %^ 

Attendance, n. HTS RBiJ B^ ^ UrfWR T1TJ ROW ftl IT- 

Attendant, n. tf'&R WW $Ttl \? 

Attention, n, WOJ e8 Vl *P1 K ^ I ff Mu y 

Pay attention to. >5 flfl PTft ffl f ft* 

Pay no A to jhlWi- VhuouW 

Attentive, a. 4ntntaW 

Attentively, adv. ^«tl lenl^Trf 

Attenuate, «. Ml fallf *W •* Ml Mfffa! tlOtt 

Attenuation, n. ™J * * W* *» ** 

Attest, v. &» itn 1 ^° ^U *& fi-1 $ w *& ^U w »"' tt 

Attestation, n. . "™ ™ ^ * * 1*™ 

Attic, n. *W*fl *tmtf* 

Attire n. iJ ^ m "** ^ * ll ** * ^ u ** 



56 
Attitude, n. iiHu rovru f5*hntm 

Attorney, n. gfr nTB j y, ullj Rmi 

Attorney General. {^ nft t tftjfTff 
Attorney General 

Department. fl^J flOJ OlifVg 

H rtto rno7 med ^ ^^ f ™™ *WUM HUTU 

Power of attor. V\\fi8n WOU tfunt Jiri F1U &U 

Attract, * iffi gn fin 

Attraction, n. R7BJ -tffl TJ1U thim RT04 $R RTIJJ $fl iff) 

Attractive, a. \h $ Ul*» •flfl J0 iM 4 * 

Attractablenefis, n. F170J flfl ifn R7W «J?nrau V ■ 

Attract or, n. ^iffl tflltl 

A Uribu te v ?>. ^ 3^..Q™. ^fe . BV ^ W 10 1 

Attune, v. tfl It^t^ ifott fm lifaj flTW l$U ffii 

Auctipn^^., nu fin iftftfl l ...to wo w flaw „ 

Auctioneer^ «r^,__^^Jiyjm^„ 
Aadacious, a. tttlfm WVttdl 

Audacity, n. \s n«fl U W& ami frinj n^l 

Audible, a. '4jliB -K fluid" oWlftflu 

Audibly, ac/v. IMJ WO **:llt€u J&Mll^flU 

Audience, n. flTJ 1^1 l&h riTJ l4lW mwiUl fej 

Audit, n. rrawninnrli v. nm fhmui tnry^ 

Auditor, n. f»m tnnr$ ^ffo tfej fol 

Auditorfehifc * lf"UmUJ i*ft WtlflSU BJW tntlj$ 



67 

Auger, n. {JAWI! aWlli 

Aught, n. fota"| 

Augment, n. B>UJ ift V. Yft M* Km NTD k\i ' t« 4v 

August, n. „ ifiQU fimiRN 

August, a. %1 ^i ^ril 4^ 

Augustly, adv. tmj fi^-i j^4 • qsjtj £ wh * 

Aunt (elder sistor)£n 

Aunt (younger „ ) ul 

Aureole, n. V fpf^J 

Auricle, n. uuflFlfilllup \u J 

Auricle of the heart ifoj im UW tfi Is 

Auricular, a. UW J llWlfffl 

Auriscope, n. IfiJEM WW TJ 

Aurora, «. UM fKl UfH IflQI lift* Q^Ul ^ 

Auscultation, n. HTJ Vfaf&W W m?JJ MTti Is US tfi h 

Auspicious, a. $J ft qnt/$ im fi am 

Auspicious hour, qnfef'fi UUI ft UM fi-rp!* 3 

Austere, a. 4* iflh i«» flfa ffift mi 

Austerity, w. R3UJ UW RTOJ DW *D*U 

Austereness, *u f»ttU i«51 flfa P7T3J SfTtfrl 

Australia. uwftaU' d-RJ'U' 

Authentic, a. frutf' ^ 4lUlillt 

Authenticate, v. ^f W Itf^'ii ^1 

Authenticnese, n. BWittii«5j HTOUU 



58 

Author, n. ffruMwRJba ^ift 

Authoress, *, jftft ^3* um (W 4u 

Authdrity, n. tnnjifhfi riiu-w tifafj 

Have supreme A 

authority. fl fiwrfw « 

Be under ( one's ) • ^^ ^ 

authority. # * 

Authorize, v. ' JJBU tfjUIS fa" ItftlTim 

Autobiography, n. 6m tkffi 6 nil umTS* 

Autobiographer, n. $k uw tJjrfR Jim «U 

Autocracy, n. flU £ Q*1UW ffvS Ulf) lu fill 101 

Autocrat, n. njrrffiltf^i qui* frriS na lu iwitwrf tot 

Autograph, n. s »TU fio - WU Ai 4j3 

Automatic, a: & £ riitfi tfi null] iOt 

Automobile, n. Jfi IK4 J4 H^aSllrV'im 

Autopsy, <n. -fTC WW «Ti fTO $U$fW fifl 

Autumn, «. IJJ pliW|§i fot4 U8: WU73 

Auxiliary, a. 4l ibu BHwyu n. $"lfou ^181 v$o & WQJ 

Auxiliary trdop, n. WO fiOJ wyu 

Avail, «. l-S'itl'U am tkttilhf tt^Vwa 

Available, a. 4l£tklwffa" i\^\t 

Availingly, adv. \m iffa ua"fa" Tflii fi tfcttl'itf 

Become available, hi itlu ^i fa" W 

It avails nothing. Iji olu tigttilif fit U 

Avarice, n. fctfjj flJtVl^ R3TuW> 

Avaricious, a. 4l *|£fc& 



w 

Avaricioeanesa, n. b ^jj *£*& mJ 

Avenge, vA VHufflS*. Vhuffyfo flfllliltM 

Avenger.fi. ^litfiefa #fa Tw Hfl UYIU , 

Avenue, w. nui4 n3il ft ^IsTflW #J 

Average, v. lltatknTW l&itt/ 

Aver, attendance, hmkj ntl Si fi fl$ 

Averment/ »k niJ flRp Sw tftl #1 • 

Averse., o. , 4j iffi 1* iTfl «1 ^JJUBU 

Aversion, «. flTBJlK "fiWjTsJ UMI 

Avert* t>. riuTal Vfatlultl 

Avertible, a, farm ^r^ltf'tfalilV' 

Avocation', n. mi vn ita J 3w van mu tfe4l 

Avoid, v. . swuwSfi ifownftn nflww 

Avoidance, ». rre w»u rifl nui&tMVi$n 

Avoirdupois, ». tfiftn iff 4l Vfoio iQIU^ lllu tffo Itfouif 

Av©wf*. tlrfJttpCU'flnUWJ IfAflUWt 

Avowal, o, nu d^cyncu \f\v n» m* Jutnu ft 

Avulsion, •». TITJ ldfcw'feV'llfflU «*Tfl fftj 

Await, v. RfttJB$ Jfl'm 

Awake, v. Aw oke, , a « ' a ' ~ 

A'waked, A «k-t!?n W*«V "UWItttl 

ing. > 

Awake,* Vul wfti B y 4ifeu ..- 4jtlfnusS 



eo 

* Award, w. IrtYiiBi oon ih tfWta 

* Award,*, flifftftu Mlffruft 
> Aware, t>. '^.j^juiiK £ 

Away,adto. uillflU T*i t)y ftow im 

# Go away. Ill ifo 

^ Awe, ». tfi Utfewh nift 

* Awe, n. iB flnw niR 11» tftjfiB BIN W ni5 

*Awful,a. towluifiiii & ith* ^i tlmh urn 

* Awfully, adv. tfiu ttaw fo \m nft to Itlli * & 

* Awhile cu2v. dni$W ttftl 

if Wait awhile. *mi ift Ft| Viftl 

< Awkward, a. 0*U Tdi mfa Tw fc^WW 

i^a wkwanUy, a<iv. twit) Ihiu feu TaSwifwuwh 

^CAwi, n. .iv&nvom inSfnut 

X Awning, n. lih eftlu in* tflttu IWITU 

Awoke, v. oft* urn awaAtf 

Awry, a. 4* €flltJ tfl *Al ifilflilti 

* Axilla, n. 4*lfr\uY 

* Ax, n. 1131U 

H Axial, a. UW inm 

Axillary, a. ttrilfflil!' lufhuT 

* Axia,n. MMn 
«*Axle,». uuntltoltt 

* Aye,<wf». ■ « id filTuVlwWw 



* Azure, n. 
£ Azure, v. 

B 

Baa, v. 

Babble, p. 

Babe, baby, n. 

Baboon, n. 

Bachelor, n. 

Back, n. 
\ Back-ache. 
y Backbone. 
X Backdoor. 
I( Backgate. 

BacilluB, ii. 

Bacilliforin. n. 

Back, v. 

Back, adto. 

Background, n. 

Backmost, a. 

Back numbers. 
*''■; Baibkoul 
K Backdowtf. 

Back a horse. 



61 

$ Aw tfi 

B. 

rifiwj ^i am lu dfiw £tic]V 

qw >jtp qn la ft fto* 
gnoau ^wtj 

to i Tjj ft n»in 

tiro vwft 

ncjn iRi r.rii urn rTu ctj iSttf tuS 

tkinty nfo tin -SironvAi 

citra wft \4 4li raft wp wft • 
16m via* V'&irrwfb «i 

wit) v«al uw r&$ta «»mwiu 
.iSn cimim 



< Walk backward*. &U new wtfl 

K To got back. irfiw rttfb *u 

A{ Backbiter, u. £-flu W «Tli to«1 

* Backbite, v. dfc^TU ifowft 

X Backgammon, * nu du 471 M* utifl Vi& 

^ Backyard. jTUW *frw W$ tftl 

Picture back. rui^TUy W»1 njOU flR*»n 

Backside. l6t)J tt«J dU Qjj ^3 Wfl 

^ Backslide, v. ifo titKj n«Tti wjw Sfl itl v. slide. 

Backward, adv. \flt/w)U WR*3 XfivXu iJllljw 
X Backwoods man, n. au fm tJlu uon 1113 tllu UQfl HQfl V* 

Bacon, n ifio $nj tin ifio fTU *W jnJQ 

Fried bacon, n ifio $ri3 Y!pf» 

Bactcna" 1 ' } * ^° ^^ $ ^ & w ^ l ^ u W P ifl ^ w 
Bad, worse, wore t, a fajfr ti\u'b 

Bad egg. \i &v 

^C Badly dreeaed. ufa nili tea^j^Uj fojtl 

Bade, v fifcw ioj /?k/ 

Badge, a tfj ft* on «Jl ifiu lift itfo tffto) mnu 

Badly, adv. mhlWttJfni S mi iVftn dVIj} ri 

Badneas, n. fitwh 9mu\u fi 

*Baffle, v. ^i WWld iftllfau uA VhltWf 

Bag, n. <* ^j Itf that?. UWWuifJ *' 

Baggagep «C 6u lift 1QJ ^ lfn»"» mr 





03 


Bagpipe, n& 


$o 6 *w ma dntw anon umtff 


Bagpiper, n. 


^fl uw win \6 


Ball, c. 


ftj.tkrfa "totfi ItfftJtlmu 


Bail, n. 


^ fb tlrcrfu im m? fti tlsrfa 


Bailee, ti. 


^fci dcrfa uw 


Bail a boat. 


>i Ji 3& 


Bailiff, w. 


i4i wifinu ru mmj ma ru lu nm vwu 


Bait, n. 


iwdo uoitta 


Bait, v. 


w m6q rfo rift/ iw^o 


Bait with meat 


lio dfa jndo ifio Vftnfa i^a 


Bake, v* 


..:a 


BaJkevn; 


wjfojjuw 4i?]Ln 


Bajcerj^ «. _ 


jfffllW^LfiU^JOSI 


Balance, n. 


RJTJ lii iFlttlttaQ fSUW 


Balance, c. 


-tffltfoiw *liu mi iwao 



The balance to 

be credited or irm m $ Q \tf M wfofi riSl llfrltl ifcl 

debited. ^ 3 

Balance sheet. tJTtU^ flu w Oil *»TU 

Balcony, n. Z&W tyU Ul Ifrm 

Bald, a. k&U 4A») WJJ 'Id fl W 

BaldJie«L_ £szMk 

Baje^n^ nfi jpljjaiEl _ 

Bale fruit. &i* jjrpiJ * 

Bdfluk-__ yiiiuftiik^L..- 



Balk, 1 
Baulk,/ v *** 
Balky horse. 

Ball, v. 

Ball,.*. 

Billiard balls. 

Bed baH. 

Spot ball. 

Plain ball. 

Ballast, n. 

Ballast, v. 

Ballet, n. 

Balloon, n. 
• Ballot, «. 
Balm, n. 
Balmy, a. 
Balsam, n. 
Baluster, n. • 
Balustrade, «. 
Bamboo, n. 
Ban, n. 

Banana, a- . 
Banana blossom. 
Banana tree. 



64 

*4ife jjftm 

fnnmj andu nvtfapuihh 
§ n On ia*sja 
f n um 

efbwr urn tfltyn jfoj fo 
v» aflndfo Ji jiarm rr"Jtn pin *\ 

m? ifan tmi m 4t)lH ro»n» n» »r 
«j-wV W'ltJu m in tern i(fo 
4j wfju 4j 6 riu W03J 

Vttn 

..mxi&i. _.. „ ^ 

titlft 

itonilfci* wmnfei- 
.JuJfiL. 



Bana, A. 
Band., v. 
Bandinan, ■«,. 
Band-master,' **•• 
Band-sergeant. 
Bandage, n.- 
Bandbox, n. 
' Bandit, n. 
Bane. n. 
Baneful, a. 
p >anefully, adv. 
Bang, v.- 
Bang, n. 
Bangle, u. 
Banyan, n. 
Banish, v. 
Banishment, » 
Danio, 71. 
Bank, «. 
Sand bark. 
Bank o* oars. 
Bank. v. 
Bank note. 
I^nksr, n. 



65 

nan urn if dflon • Atfv\ uati 
mi iilu ira , itfi daon yn ft 
wa nm is 

4* ft ararcu iilu w tfia 
Wiffarm mhi to in flwf 

i&m j:iOa i'au tfeiffo m?riw w« a?jp tomst) 

' ifftm nusfs tnu mOfi tw? ^ 

0)^ 8i mnu tfcaniiYnW tByfo donurrifctf 
wir virrcj 

din 014 ^i tWiu Yilwtf un 0I1 g in 

£ifon Rift iwjtlR $j!j flu dm 



Bjnjcrapt, „«,__ jBtitp ^UJ»»HI. 

Bmkrap^^ taj&usauxL 

Bftnkrapicy'cjiae. mi flm Hi atam 

Banner, n. w 

Banquet, «. 

Bantam/'^:. 

Banter, v. 

Baptism, n. 

Baptismal, a. 

Baptist, n. 

Baptistery, t». 

Baptise, v. 

Baptizer, n. 

Bar, r 

Bar, v. 
Admitted to the 

4>ar. 
|arb, n. 

Barbed-wire. 

Barbarian, ik 

Barbaric, a. 

Barharifliu, JL 



mi ifrj* oimi dc^a flu ilw 
Iri mill i#n in u^ 
• fl« action $a ifa iau i idi nuun idu 
ft* uwflmji na lis: fta-ia 
mk'mj ftajiunadj: 
f0« tlfcto i fio 6a ?jj 
^ ffnwJli Ittttj fia ?jj 
ttfttj fia iIj: fia ^j 

tioumaVinau auntm nw;p ^ mi^wrft 
tfajnVfr rfnoon 
ftj oynpn idu Yiuiy aw 
viutjj taw iffo &« dm 

*M WUTJJ 

nnfi to m* tli f to 
4ififttmj faiduvnth 
.. mi tlsnijfi *ro> mouth. 



L 9u ib #i w>i fta 



Barbecue, 7K tflrif 4i (1* til fft »TO & til ffi idu ft 

Barber, n. «iu tnu vmw ua: ifti «tu 



Barber's shop. 

Bare, a. 

Bare, v. 

Bare back, a. 

Bare boned, a. 

Bare faced, a. 

Bare foot, adv. 

3afel£, a<fv. 

Barely in time. _ 

Bargain, n. 

Bargain, v. 
Throw into the 

hmgmu., 

Barge, ». 

Bark, n. 

Bark, Barque, n. 

Bar keeper, n. 

Barley, w. 

Barm, n. 

Barn, w. 

Barnacle, n.. 

Barometer, ». 

Baron, ». 

Barouche, «. « 

Barrel, «. 



67 

k idfou. idiii • #1jj 8 to fta rfid! 

iJjwm -not tin ol $o w\ft $i iflfi lAflrflmft 

341 foftu $ lf6t)J tnu 

■$*. wbjj un 4: £ uit nnf n ulih 

folJ & nrai era 

Imj ifa uJai 

4iitfi: nri ivh & . \f\u\u $ b:\ fin $ii 

fiij an in rial rfii tre no nn iw rfa 
ii $o ra nn rj rifc ««n itl&im wn m fi*U 
jutm ; 1 

idSonlri' ^nWnh v. n»n iilSon mi 
irtumuwi taifn-i [ <^« 1Son 
$"mu $n ^vKrwftfK few 
wSfo troro «Mta j>Aj wJn ifa fji Jw 
fhiwft ' # 

ikon tItou* ana vulh to aim* 
^u vw tftntjv tfiunu* ^ ?uan 
in r so wfaj sti ft] 
rfidu nation, rofoiA* 



68 



Barrel, v. 


jam m naa un-j nnjan 




Barrack, tt» 


i\ tCh **.• vivnjr 




Barren, a. 


^iu laSaa 




Barrenness, n. 


pm3J lijiR^inlwa 




Barricade, ;». 


vwduwutm wifu if 




Barricade, v* 


t\9\ nu wu nw 




barrister, n. 


iaumJ9^_.^mi3^]il 




Barrow, n. 


qni § ®mi 




Wheel barrow. 


in Ufa ifaa awltj «bu nw 




Barter, v. 


rfiw nRi wan dayu uan itlasm rfU 




Barter, n. 


m* lian itlatm ftti #i 




Base. n. 


^X l^J JTU fflU tyft ill «Su i 




Base, a. 


A j *oi $i iifii wi o w a j tm jii4 itlu j^a 


ili 


Baseball, n. 


nu ism fi Fia -avln v& fa* |n n»jj 




Baseborn, a* 


4i ifin uei flu w:lga rfi 




Baseless, a. 


♦j tJrwwtn raj rite jiu 




d^aRpfy »//«. 


tmj ftitn ifi nitn wtjTti 




IfBasemeot, n. 


nm «u le^riti A ftu 




Baseness, n. 


pmjjifo RTOuajnraj 




Bashful, o. 


_.4;AjattLB28i 




Basil, n. 


w\Jj an: «fa item ifw& t$j wtftfo 




Basin, n. 


im on ihr 5jo tbjWj 




Basis, n. 


fill 4*1 &4JTU 




- Bask, v. 


& 110*1 & rjtjj 4 U 





Bass, n 
Basket, n. 
Bastard, n. 
Bastardize, v 
Baste, v. 
Bastinado, ". 
Baatinade, n. 
Bat, n. 
Bat, v. 
Batch, n. 
Hate, v 

Batfowling, » 
Bath, n 
Bath room 
Bathe,jy_^_ 
Sea bathing. 
Bathing Jub^n.^ 
Batheable, a. 
Batter, v 
battery, n. 
Battle, n. 
l >ld of battle, 
battle ax 
ftattlemout, n 



69: 

nstu; njwm ni: 

lifafj »ivnrj nt fair ii itlu t^ws $' 

i^^j\4 pi idu Xm r\ iu urn 

V* Vh W tew nfau n ^ iiu >fa 

% fai ufrwajwnaw i 
wiwi nfli men rtta 

ms <1j un nan Pmtati l4*lfl am 

ms OIL tfi ti OIL \fi ATS J Ul 



w rn r» s: aiu % 

ft su iQu ro; i^ y'S 

rro ;t] mi An m wui 

ami lltifl *.\4j Vi Vd~Vi nu 3U ty mini J jf 

"iti mm aini ttoti 



KfouOTti 



70 

haalM, 6ult_J'DofcuiJ5 

Bay, n. ti"n ivtn nin ^ viti Ijj $4 ft riium 

Bay, v. * ^ «jvi wdlil ifa wtm ( mil jpW) 

At bay. , u u ,fa ^^ jfa UJ [j 

Bayonet, n. MQn J^y fj^ t , < uW |faj vimi tlflltJ (lu 

Bay salt, n. m fo Mljltj rj ^ STI vfS 1Y»« 

Bazar, n. waw QQn fo 

Be, v Wat, Been. it ] tt Q ^j fo afiw^f tfcyfD 

Tp be there. ^.ByJLiftj, 

Be ma place. afatf ^ tJjr^i fi 

BeJtao. _ : ^juu.lAM^iita 

l8tobe._ ^jfatju_ 

JBftdone. dult[ 

Oping &.!>.&. ^:^m , fl. fo s: fi ty . . • 

Beach, «. *3iy ma r. a"m $u mu nm 

Beacon, w. tfljj wjjitj nail 8u Id tflflftj tfuflnu 

Bead, n. jn Q« 

Beak, n. din un daw 

.Beaker, n. tfaj BUT! fonj W'fijJ ifi tffti *W ui tn 

Beam, n. ana um mu 4o JOfifu ftu BTWfiSi uW 

Aeam, v. *fm iWJ 

Beam on him. fifcltfiT) 

Bean, n. «fe fill *| til tfu J*H 

fcear, *. Wj& 



71 

She bear. n£ f?5 l£to 

Bear's skin. Vtt&V\£l 

Bear, v. Bore, Boni . 

or Borne mm Oil viu ft) fio | Uf ifi» jn jfin ua 

Bear up wyj fa ' 

Who could ever . ~ • . 

bear. IW MKJ «i: Y1U M* 

To bear witness to 11J14 mjTU ftl JOl 

Bearable, a. 4l OH OH Yllil^ 

Beard, n, ftUM BU tt. «ftj fo WU2D ATI 

Beardless, a. 4 Aii & mm 

Bearer, n. $"utin jj'fin 

Bearing, n. e'faulWj fttlTHItt . TIURIIOII {»'»/ 

Beast, n. fat 

Beast of burden jfirf fiwac 

Four footed beast tin&*q\m 

Two footed beast ffof^ftulfo 

WUd beast ffwflli 

Beastly, a. Aim ffaf IflrtlTU 

Beat, v. Beat, . ^ ' 

Beaten. » W *flrur W {Tfl f Jilt JIU * 

To beat to death ftl ft W Rill - 

Heart beat, n. . fit i&U «DOJ tfSta ;. 

He iB beaten •mijhiifa. 

Beat up eggs ft flo^-tt 

Beat metals lf» 11W 



: !gi&..2u . . ...... 

'BeartfJui, a. 


72 


Beautify, v. 


wu iiwl^raj 


Beauty, n. 


rtdj nu RTOJ ffttJ 


Becalm, v. 


fjju »j mj fhjtj 


Became, n. 


ofi« ut^v Become 


Because, con;. 
Probably because 


mix in mpii feVi 
itfa s: itlu rita iwf 


Bechance, tr. 
Beck, n. 


waftu itlu uri 

mjrrihflo ninth mfomfcfltm 


Beckon, v. 


nlfi £to rrfh mm 


Becloud, v. 


w Itftto jtfltl da til *»u fin ifi 


Become, Became 
_ Become 


fin itlu tiaiu itk\l W4 for 


Become prisoner 

Becoming, a. 

Becoming tke 

dignity 


rm itlu iiian 


A becoming hat 


mm 4j fai tf5 


Bed, n. 


<l utm 


Bed, v. 


TKxmk UBU 


Go to bed 


rtiutro 


River bed 


ifoiuiJu* 


Bed clothes, n. 


dl^iuou 


Bed pan, n. 


rarttm iflttt 



73 

Bed plate, n. yy fa Jfm y^ & iF jj Q j ^ , 

Bed room, w. tfcj utm 

Bed side, w. ft, $ w utw ftj ^ wu 

Bed sore, n. uwa ittau^MJ VlBU tfu UTU 

Bed time, n. nm ru uqu 

Bedbug, n. sfi ifon 

Bedpost, n. ifri JflUJ 

Bedstead, w. iHuj you j^q, jftjj 

Bedaub, v. M TrtTillffili] 

Bedazzle, v.. Vhltfofim Mm 

Bedding, n. iffcoj am ffW *| jflttftl ^ UOU 

Bedeck, v. nun lb tljZRij 

Bedim, v. tfilwifi fil 

Bedridden, « 4j i*U tfco urau ifm utm 

Be«. n. jft & nflU TO )f 

Beehive, ». fttj fij ft Si 

Beef, n , ififltfi 

Beef eater, -n. RU fili ifitl 5 

Beefsteak, n. $U ifio E *httffj yiqp 

Been, n. ofta UW ite 

Beer, n . iwfi dm iwsn ifiy 

Beeswax, ». ^ 5? 

Beetle, «. iquuifldnaor* ifcmV 
BefaU, v. Befell, , 



74 
Befit, v. nu wo jwjt: wo nu tin 

Befool, v. twon no aa \# wm 

Before, a&v. not* fiov^wvll 

Before, prep. wo Will u* iftw 

As was said' before nui 4 J illfriw now 
Befose this now HtJl fi fin 

. .., Before long ifiotl *UU *3U ill fifl Uftl 

Before this a tittle i£o nou mfr & ffflMiiQfi 
^ Befriend, v. titfj pn wyu ncrh l«ffl4 fin J 

Beg, v. -do DO tfcuitt 110 Ynu 

Began, v. oN uft* Begin 

# Just began , warfco- 

Beget, v. Begat, •*■'•'* 

Begot or Begotten ftu WW mi( tJJififl WW 

Beggar, n. RU HO Vl}W 

Beggar, v. % Vhlifau.fW Vll liVlCHU (ll 

Beggarly, adv. XfM film fiU *U - " ' 
Begin, v. Began, 

Begun <U tfl fR fifa 8J $0 UN tf» 

To begin again <tl tfu $n $ 

Beginner, n. *#UOT *J $40 id-? $"ltfn &JU 

Beginning, ». ifiw &i ft* fo Uin iftu 

Beginning of in- 
dependence m «»i tip ifiu uva-miu Sue 

The beginning of 

work mi fYB v 

In the beginning \u lljli ifo till 



7r 

from the begin- , 

ping tilt now 11* tlhlitu Offfttfa 

Begone, tnUrj. Id ihl Itj \$#\\ Id mfc 

Beg<jt, 1 

Begotten, ) v *to " w &#** ' 

Begrudge, v. w> 6w l*U **>$<*: \ltVn 

Beguile,©. minis tfiptnu.lfo 

Behalf, w. iAo ife^tm/uri a* dcttiW 

On behalf of ijyiu ifeo 

Bahf ye* q dftnqft 

Beh avior, n B7U> IPMnftj 

Good behavior jTOlitt ft 

Behead, v dsirolW *>tft ifbnfto 

Behest, n ft ^ ft ffrft 

Behind, adv fo wf ft ift jw& 

Behind hand, <Mto.Jftt/liJ 1^1* UVm ifto rmV' 

Behind hi* back I rftj^tfj ir> 
Behold, v Beheli 

Beheld ift» m f ifop 4bJ{» 

Beholden, a 4j fifl yt\j fim lb f&i ift^nii ttiwfc 
Being^a. — fflttj utu ttj} winiftiitta ,. 

Belate, v. tflltHiifou 1^1 ll^jh Hid 

Belch, t» UB fiii tTi'lil'fi^« oon »n- 

Belie, v date mHi#v«< 

Belief, % mmulff ItTOifo&G 



Believe, v 


76 


Believer, n 


tfVfo fw^Q 



Bell, n 


jrfj njrfii 


Bell, v 


w»j cw i*n i b 


Belfry, n 


WQ J^l 


Balladonna, u 


tn 5 w *U us: n& rtoj ijn lu dm 


Belle, n 


grlil am ana 


BelJ foundry 


ri v&nu wao j:ii5 


Bellicose, a 


4j ti filaru idu Win uri riii 


Belligerent, a 


4i idu Win nu 4r ft jwrdjj riu 


Bellman, n 


^fintfj 


Bellow, n 


i|w ftw uwfi finu «hi idu nu 


Bellows, n 


i«Aw lili au 


Belly, w. 


iftw *tfm iftw 


Belly baud, n 


mu FHW ifoj 


Belong, v 


ittu *im .*j idu %m nik ' 


It belongs to me -lfa idt) HW •) tfii 


Beloved, a 


.- 4i idu kfnto* 


Beloved ecu 


pwi.fi In 


Below, adu 


4li fill \tf \u i wi 


Belt*, n. 


•. mu wtu ifa ito aw fa 


Belt, w 


fa *v;.ffHi fa ft* *rW mu 


Beraire, v 


fuftfttf wiiltm . 


BemoajQj v 


.Jh.wu HmI* 



77 
R smoanable, a. 4? gra r fa flraij ifa 

Beach, n. tf\Vu «TWJ \AJ llfiS $^fiTnuui 

Bead, v. Bended , * * 

br Beut fTf. #! ttT IM .VhUUO^ltJ tfrk ai 

Bendable. a. & aw ^: a a V't&V 

The bend of the ^ 

river _„., „ £ J it™ *LV. HI 

Beneath, acfo. wU' »"» 

Benedick, n ^ $ w VTi fllrtim W «J . 

Benediction, ru pi Q3U W) nullum 

Benefactor, n. ^oyiflfCW inQ wyu ^*Vh ycy §£U 

Beneficent, a. 4l£tanS f tU1 

Beneficial, a. QU itiu llstllW & £ Ci» tlnlllW 

Beneficially, adv tflSJ ft'jyilw'ti tJfi fi 

Benefit, n. ytlj ^tu WW •>■ «J» tkTtiWlfo *| 

F or the benefit of iWP il ju ffflftk KjW Ut j 

R P nAvnt ft »r> P ti fl3TU til ff HT3 ft fltt *) fOT_W ^ 

Bejig.v.ojenjui,. ,4*fik* ft !U ytt) &fa ftyuy 

Be u jgn,. «,_ llftn Ptl &U^ tUWW ^ ihilwU lUfign 

Ps.ekiL—. ana aw .wtoj la wk 

Bei^jmb, j; f „. bfaTlli 314 &U flffl^t n 

Benzoin, n. fVrcjTU 

Bequeath, v. llh flWnmJ JJQtl WQfl It^lifi 

Bequest, n. 101 <l 1^1 * WlWW Wl W 



78 

Bereave, «. TtfTfl mm *Tfl ftulll 

Berry, w. jflltffiaJJ iSflT) & W$9l \\l 

Berth, it. tfo* tty tu fftfiu W ^QfJ lll&i 

Beseech, v. Be- 
sought, Besought rffcm *)U ^ 7Q14 mo «bq flfo attjj feu 1*1 

&eBeein, v. ufo ^1 JWJ iWJX 

Beset, v. Beset, 

BeBet tibliti ftfHMUOtl 

Besetting, a.. n*U 1th BflJfn 4ufltl 

Besides, a<fy. fonllUU in UOTHm 1& v 

Beside, j>rep. fit -Hi VllT 4$w4lt UBfum., 

Beside that ucn *m uli 

Beside oneself *U WKJ WJfl fl$ 

Besiege, y. " WJ 1% lfo>J i&tf *fe*Af 

Besieger, n. ^jfemtfr ^>8 ftiy #)SJ 

Besmear, v. *n dfarffo TOUflfarJ ' 

Besot, ». ill ttffiu un irlllfiii frn tfla tn tut 

Bespatter, t>. flttifiu t&m njafo iffon 

Bespeak, t>. Be- § ^ 

spoke, Bespo^-»8i lb $ttJl flfl tt ciou LOfi u mm 

Besought, v. *Bemeh 

Besprinkle, v. dfcwnjISr tkttlttJ 

Best, a. ft^ffl 

Do the best one can Vh fc \m $n ttllfl i&J dl»5 

At best , mlttVKl. 

Bestial, a. hi ikfjou fettflltf! ffwl' i-iu tftf 



79 

Bestially, adv. tmi filtn tffrf' 

Bestir, v. thUUlGl^U 

Bestow, v. \tf .oynpir tm.'W'Tj' 

Bestowable, a. 4l8»t]nllt 

Bestrew, v. Be- 

strewed, Bestrown liltti nir^ltJ ttl in) ( fiOfi W tfl ) 

Bestride,*. Bestrod 

Bestridden iflutfbtw i&lifhf ftfo WON 

Bet,n. mim& QumiU u. miU wBumlu 

Betake, v. tfa l^i m 

Betel, n. ifa *g 

Betelnut, n> «a TOJTO 
Bethink, v. Be- 
thought jj|n 4u 6r oon 

Betide, v. 4lh* XP ttJuiWTlftn tHfl *V 

Betimes, adv. latj Si uijj fin} rttl tiu flu 

Betoken, v. fhiWlfejOj) It^lftytyi 

Betray, v. \l MTU all llfafaf UfitJ Itffflg 

Betrayracnt, n. .RT&4 TtJim nWl WIN litl 

Betrayer, n. £*ltO **i flu IWl 1WWI 

Betroth, v. tin'l^*ftU AiAoTmw: 

Betrothment, *. VPS A k'toWC 

Better, a. 6 nil ^ 

Batter, v. tfllfatu 

A little better fltKJ til ^5 wimi MWI Jim 

Still better toftftl '";#> 



Gets better 




Better, n. 


$>mu $ra wuu 


Betterment, n. 


mjt3Tj;t]1i4ifi!Ml^^u 


Between, prep. 
Divided between 


liiwu *wT»na-w jrwYw 


them 


d%* riu iisn 


Bevel, n. 


masjjj aw rffa aia 


Bevel, «. 


t?ilWwiyj4«ifi. 


Beverage, n. 


um (to ipftm An 


Brevy, n. 


dj §ta un 


Bewail, v. 


W few fill flh R»ttJ 


Beware, v. 


Itfai jrw j;gj rnj 


Bewilder,- v. 


tfi It^suls U'qniU 


Bewilderment, n. 


ami twu w U 


Bewitch, v. 


Vh 1#w8r mSu ffH 


Bewitchingly, adt 


'. lay ftttn l^iwUfi' iwJhi aw 


.Beyond, adv. 


tll» eonltJ Innlii uonoonlil 


Beyond, prep. 


InanritKitto iflu* 


Beyond control 


mfa 4 1: tflrfalrf' ifaVlmi 


Beyond the river 





Beyond what is t , 

necessary ifiurro 6i HT* tS rffcl 

Beyond one's ' •»* f • * •-• 

dignity ifhl lift IflU 7**V 

Go beyond lllU: Jftulgj ^ 



Biannual; a. 

Bicentenary, a. 
Bicoloied, «. 
liit.icial, a. 
Bimonthly, adv. 
Bias, n. 

Cut Ou the bias 
Bib, n 
Bibber, n. 
Bible, 
Bibficai, a. 
Bi<.t.phuN>us, «. 
Biceps, ". 
Bieh!orid,/>«. 
Broker, p. 
Bioonious, a. 
Uicofporal, a. 
Bicuspid, a. 
Bicuspid tooth 
Bicycle, n. 



81 

4j ifi« Fiji wuj lu ff 01 Jon tj 



m jj aoi w 

hj ft wui vu wot •bIj ( Au iwunj ifcn flu inn ) 

twu ieiou a: woi flfi 

wriiFii ;6woV wis auaw 

eft maw ( juti 5J1 ) 



wj;R*inj lu iSa w:fi"ifu e »iw ws: «u:la:i i<fc 



info fi jj taalu aoi uonou 
y^jj ivKjj jj din jj ri nu 



hj jj wp^ in my 

hi jj am miou ( flu uiu jfa ) 

flu djuj ao* WtlQJJ 

in ^fwinu in 6u jj aoi.rfb 

Bid.r. Bade, Bidden HO ItfiUnj flft . tlfty* nRI WYlfll 
Bidding, *. nu \tfaim rfl $ 

Bide. v. oy rm aaa oji inlaw ojj 

Siding, n. ™J W Yll ROW t)jj $ tliu an cnlmt 



82 

Biennially, adv. \ m ftfo RDJ {( *ht »}} 

Bier, it. hrj rfTVlfo HWl»! WO. flW 

Bifurcation, n. nil ii«n itju firm IUI fil 

Big* a. t* Wj 

Bigamist, n. ^ jj ruitn viwltl «\J 

Bigamy, n. tvi& fi 34 i&j usy ttlfi efi tfe\J 

Bigness, n. mtjj I^qj ayjjj t«- 

Bilateral, *. & 6 By flW "fa fi 3J «fa O^j tittf ftf 

Bigot, n. ^fio arvfw outi i^h «Jn 

Bigoted, *. mj fjo^ny $o *} 4* fto tmi ariti ii> 

Bile, n. \A fi ._, Ji ^m fimi tfu 

Bilge, »<v imm 0q n$ ifoi do 

Bilge water iMu lfoj 00 ril&i 

B%eptftnp JfU ^ l/i itel 00 

Biliary, a. tlitl if&W •& wto Wlwa «W \t\h 

Bilingual, a, hi & o^j tu mw mwi 

Bilious, a. 44 itlu &!tu fi fifru 

Bill,*, thnun tncij4 yw 8u 4o i4S jjm'tatfoi 

Bill of entey tnrij$ m*fn& m rti 

Bill of fare JW %0 HOI ^tilljrifllU itfu ^fl *| 

BUI of exchange luiiftnftu 

BUI book fttyfi inaj^n Ik fin uinj$ Du lfb 

Billiards, ft. fill li\l fiiltja 

BillftrJ table fy: mm Otto* 



Billiard hall 

Billow, n. 

Billow, v. 

Billy, n. 

Bimana, n. 

Bin, n. 

Biaate, «. 
Bind, v Bound, 

Bound 
Bind one's sell' to 

Binder, n. -- 

Binding, n. 

Binnacle, n. 

©inocle, n. 

Biographer, n. 

Biography, n. 

Biology, *• 

Biologist, n. 

Bipod, n. 

Bipcdaf, <*. 

Bip&iQate, «.'■ 

Bipetalous, «. 

Bird, » 

"Bird cage 

Bird call 



63 

Ttfnsuo! ue J *a ns:i3j 

fiu nil ftu Wu rfwu int/ i)Di em *| 

^n ^nfo ffowlj* i^ltjtlnroftfcB 

II IT IIP ltlu ff^Jfl «6w i°Bl i8U 

•uoi tfiitftj wii vvume n>3 i*ri itta »yp» 
6u Ih^jJ 4fte 160 iMu ifo 

^iimu tJjdfi 

YWn ut» torn 

tfntlmxij' lu "wi n?m Cm 3"teJ 
• sfaf sat n^ 

4* 3J 8FJJ iVh liVVJ *T>rfW rtfi 

4j jj am tin 

tin 

irftai flroitnfeijy ifoj* Ikn wi . 





84 


Bird's nest 


Jhw 


Birth, ». 


nu tfrfto 


*Bo give birth 


ttaf w brow yw 


Birthday, n. 


faulifte ftuiifta 


Royal Birthday 


51* IttSjJ WTBUjf IW¥1 


Birthmark, n. 


tfwfl m an ifiw in 


Birthplace, n. 


&ifty tSlu ifta ifim utm . 


Birthright, «• 


*&gn iJli uoti mu k y f/tfl d ab *: Irflh 


Biscuit, n. 


HlMtJJUU 


Bisect, i'. 


«m »TJ Widu «roi ^fi wi riU 


Bishop, n. 


IIWflWTBl 


Bishop ( in ch««a) «5t«U WJin l t n 


Bismuth, n. 


iif w kQw n& 1T3 .u%! Vfuiu sn iwtii 


Bison, 71. 


nj^oih ,. ; 


Bistoury, n. 


fta uu iqu *) tiwfis 1^ \u mj til nil 


Bit, n. 


til ifttm tfi add smu ffou iSn ^ 


Cut into bits 


*fa du tiou i tm iilu high *\ 


Bitch, n. 


^tWnlrim 


Bite, v. Bit, Bitten ffa ft, mi p n ffa ifoj ajft * 


Bite, n. 


nu rf« faj fiu friivij rti w& . ,• 


Biter, n. 


f i 'rfso ifi i rifr , ■■,; 


•itter, (t. 


4jhjj 4ij»iJi i 


Bitters, a. 


fnflQi §minj 


Bitterly, adv. 


Ifiy flfiwi 1«y fi Qr aw uiU ; 



Bitterness, n. 
Bitumen, n. 
Bivouac, n. 
Biweekly, a. 
Blab, v. 
Black, a. 
To dye black 
Blackboard, ■*. 
Blackbird, n. 
Blacken, v. 
Blackguard, n. 
Blacking, n. 
Blackish, a. 
Blacklesd, n. 
Blacksmith, n. 
Blacksmith's shop 
Bladder, n. 
Blade, n. 
Bl&nable, a. 
Blame, v. 
Blame, n. 
Blameless, a. 
Blamelessly, adv. 
Blameworthy, a. 



85 
fuui ujj RTttJ usfa 18m m'ni 9t 
vi wii flu 

nu $ wo wn in RS"n 
^ son ffOJ BTftatf W4 vfa 
fl* ifiu j« 3J*m tuny rtqj mj 

rormu eh frusta Vfi" \u Yi atm 

tfi Itfai •« i l#u n w mm Tit) 
tin im ru til ill 
vfi in ifiviij ih m itfi 1ifth 
4i ih dau i 4; una m 

4v $ i;^n «btj mf(n 
\u H mflfri ftu *D"U wan 
nsnnx ream: tUanx 

IWJ £n ItWnJl \u 1W ttfo WTU 

9 ifitm niiu W vn wfl 
m» n»"n vn m$ nu ft inyu 
♦ArifiCta ^bIjjViikj 
tfiy tfa-mm ttftufto aimm 
4i«3s;firotaW 



B6 

Blanch, v. ^ \fal) Hwf'lTil fllrtf ffiu llw Vltt 

Bland, «• 4i £ nlin tifw wni 4i arnw 

Blank, a. • ^ 4t llh 3TJ Itlfil 

Blank book. Kyn itllh 

Blanket, «. tfr HU WJ IHfti cJl ffftam cJi Sl3tj 

Blarney, n. mj flfl tin UQ ifo It WO itnfo 

Blaspheme, v. nib fft fi pn ro nzvb 

Blasphemy, n. mj fil'Wi p pn jJq m)£|41 

Blasphemous, a. 4* tknou ffa) fli # pn ' 

Blast, w. mjitlnw rmtffcttfln 

Blasting, n. nu jtiGpi flu tmj VttJu tlu 

Blaze, n. # itlfttlll »iro i«8* gn tfcm* !#£ A 

Bleach, v. ttanl#Ti7 mfi lift* nh fr ^: wn 

Bleak, a. 4l Itlitn Itlfll 4l *Vi »J« lt]$U1 ' 

Bleakly, <***. tm> itliw 

Blear, v. tiutfsfttmJlJftltm: 

Blear, a 4* m j!5 iwx *;&: ♦itfuucs 

Blear eyed m 4* lite iiu ' ~ 

Bieat, * tfi tfc* ftw cvln wrtt 4.*: |n 55 

Bleb, *. mm *m j»tU|>o* fi Ji tmitM 

Bleat, n. dhw ft* tttff um i«f*t rite f n jj 

Bleed,*. Bied,Bledmjn Jtefi tuftrfin ciytufn 

Blemish,** «fol£6ity fctfwfl iMtNr**in fwtfc^ 

Blend, «. ' ti*M ttfah riU *f n i!u .t)u .fo ttoft 



87 

Bless, v Bleated mm ]# ^ 4 <n. « & n *« 

or Blest * 

Blessing, «. low «8B WlW l45nj idu e/-i 

Be blessed of .!#!#% m *TD 

Blessedness, n. A7BJ «i AtJTU idu fi 6l 

Blessing, n. fh Uai TT» frfta AETO Ithi Ulflfl 

Blew, v. 01^'lW^ 

Blight, n. t*auwtJfi4iifii1ifrmv .A* Minimi 

Blind, a. 4l. HI fin lJ3 4* tft Al 

Blind, v. tflU'mtJBA (In lli TlJ llt'MW V 

Blinder, *. ^qi tft m jft 

Venetian blind *j £ 

Blindfold, «. 4j $n fnT^T 1. 1$\ il! ml}" 

Blindly, adv. t AU lil •) t Atll*i nc4w \u Vl 

Blindman's buff tr& yn in Mm Tift ill 

Blindness, n. ATOJ flu titA 4WW 4fT^ 

Blind in one eye AT UOA ^fy wftl 

Blinds one ( ATI* <A *U ) Vh ll^fll iMtl 

Blink, ». tfriCtm VfrmiQui Vhtfiin 

Bliss, n. Ami liJ34 A* fi7*i m a* ptht A* 

Blister, n. i«4A ABJ tt$ WBI «. tfl Itfitfo ABi 

Bloat, w. ^WawIa^U ftumih dStt'91 

Bloat, a. 4«tJ»iAB?tAalA 4 'vn5fi^?i*8%cn/wn 

Block, n. uiw flu iltm wftt iterojnjon .InuropAi 

Bio€k,t>. VhltfrfiA ffuttuimi 



88 



Vfu dm tro toi fio m ibu $) toilf 



Blockade, v. 
Blockhead, n. 
Block tin 
Blood, n 

Blood relationship fm* atim njlfi ffU im/tafln 
Blood guiltiness \m $ V ftu ftu 
Covered with bloodfitj ifo/Uftl* *tonld ifaj ta&a 
Blood heat Mrajfau um taffa djamj •s fit^UlJriltJt "W 

Blood hound, n. fp&vf\i flW n$Vi tffo 814 
Bloodiness, w. Rmitfftfljn fal t»$* 

Bloodless, o. ' 4i diTrtsTfi }»ft« ' ' $ &*U#fl 
Blood red uftl <f\ mmu & ta. • 

Bloodshed, «. n* SI fin iOI $"fct riu 

Bloodsheddcr, n. ^fa 31 *U 
Bloodshot, a. oti £ * UW <ft i<m ft t*&* 

tJRJ fffcf$ }* *Uftf} 

frB.nn ^n Uton to aw 

4*61* $ fa 

$ fti ^i fi U fu»ia tafi* 

nttnuuilfflanltf' 

tonlil'rmi 



Bloodsucker, n. 
Bloody, a. 
Bloody flux 
Bloody minded 
Bloodthirsty, a. 
Blood vessel 
Bloouj, n. 
In bloom 
Blossom, n. 



89 

Blossom, 9. ft A Q n ntiT) nan i<!fi| ij u* 

Jlotter, n. Agm* ^ ^ lf $ j fa 

Blotted: out v ^ ^ Wf , 

rflouse, n. iSo A unn uw wrfjj $ ymu \j\ii 

Blow, n.» ryg jfjjj $ ^j $ Q ni9 t Ji jjy 

^iow. v. jle%, ,, , , 

p.iowr. itn mi an con aurfo wy 

Blowe:, -n ^ ^ Q ^ j^ ^ njJ 

Blowpipe .nitoialmaV 

Blow with a etfok U" Vw ft *V V 

At one blow ft $ ^ 

Blown away RJJ ^ ^ ^ 

Blubber, n. ^ J ai ^ 

Blue, a. jIrjtjj ftjjfo, 

Prussian blue flj-flj ^ 

Bluebottle, n llWM ft flfa ifa} 

Btueness, n, pj^ ^ 

Blue Peter fo v {j u 4 $ui ft * w ^ & iA\sU Q^ nmi 

Bluestocking, »\^ tf-j ?!rw\f $>d)i 

Bluff . n ,,8» qIi ^ fU ja^i ^u fa (i film OtnU 

Bluing, n ^inu 

Blunder, v ^iC* ifcliit)ptoff>tr4ijt,ti tfiwal «] tmw «| 

Blunder, n. s^u, r*1 Q* 

Blunder- he*.'! i *, 

Blundeifer, n } *W U ^ 3 « ^ W* *W 



Blunt, a. 
Blur, n. 
Blush, n. 
Bluster, n. 
Bluster, v. 
Bob, n 
Boar, n. 
Board, ». 
Board, v. 
Go on board 



9D 

mj iiJjot ♦8»v uuvOt yi it!ou 

n^ i$&^ Km mH & wvi um iwre tm 



yftcw chtfic & III --lift 

rotmu \k n-v Hjtlsnp.iu 

Board and lodging W fi\* w O^j 
Boar<J of directors ^iton tfaj WB 
Boarder, n. $"*mj &u Rt fm P '-0^ 

Boarding house $ *»fi fu f *$u ft. frtlsar.iu 
Boarding school flttTU mm i tiflillfU 0<y tk4* 



Boast, v. 
Boaster, n. 
Boastful, a. 
Boaetfutness, n. 
Boat, n. - 
Boat oar 
Boat damps 
Boat racing 
Transport boat 



4l ttt* $ 3JTTI *| 

to 

)himtotif) 
miiWito 



Boating, n, ; 
Boat hook 
Boatman, n. 
Boatswain, n. 
Bobbin, %. 
Bobolink, n. 
Bobtail, n. 
Bodice, n. 
Bodiless, a. 
Bodily, a. 
Bodkjq, n. 
Body, n. 
Any bodjt 
No body 
Body guard 
Body snatcher 
Bog, n. 
3og, v. 
Bogg^, a. 
Bog ore 
Bogus, a. 
Boil, n. 
Boil, v. 
Boil over 



91 

rru win fo nu l^fa itai 
who ifatfu iv'.Cju) u & uj'rciwm 



i!u tfiroftnaiifr 



«* f . 

fiatm fi jlu -tfhj ifiu ell vastcxi <nj iffo tf* 
4a un mini wfolu iljutirt oajjlm 
mi ifa tm (flw»fo*) 

IffO fa aD3 

4i1jJ ft f» mu 

4j fu msj <w/e. tmj \m rmi wim dB mu 

An yio tfn aw tin wjj 

ru my rIitj mu au nm tiw 

la £ V 

rinu Jh&i ma' 

^»QU an yn nw • 

fli $ syj itlu^Fiau wa? 

^jjwlufi* salu^ay 

4j i&jltJ ?faj frr ua: num 

iii wt(n 4a mj Toa flj ni ^ tfto lu fl< 

4/1*1 Ulf B^ll»034 

d 



n % 

Boiler, n. wfowWl wtoiKihfiuliI 

Boiling, n. m & m n ^ 

Boilipgpoint, n. Bm fc u B5>te finl lillluW i Ji itafl 

Boiler tube «jn wjjo Ji 

Boilery, n. ifftoj ffiWUJTp &J 

Boisterous, a. 4? (In njtfin hti' 4i £ nlintwvi wui 

Boisterous waves r&u <fc tfjuUili 

Bold, a. fuSlvnj owfVw lw r5%j na*5 

Boldness, n. rtoj n^i rwjIjj flftu n«3 i»y 

To make bold Jjl^ njft 

To get bolder fijJl <ft $U nift rilfttJ 111 

Too bold T*i mwjtaj nift iftu re 

Bolster, n. wjqu fir WJOU 4li ill* 

Bolster, t*. m^j ifaj wjem m^u In ft itix im 

Bolt, u. jn Ran eft mj niw naou tk« 

Bolt, v. Id rvatm ntfltl 1u nlu 

Bolus, n. tn i$5« am •] ouro r*i vfa 

Bomb, «. jn dti nan 

bombproof, a. 4inu |n du unn- 

Bombawi, v. Qj jn linn 4 

Bombardier, n. Hiwtffll d\4 jri URTI 

Bombardment, n. tw Cj ^n iron 

Bombast, n. RU l+'tj ViU MR ipj 

Bombshell, * §n du rafin 



Bond, n. 
Bond? .ge> n. 
Bondman, n. 
Bondmaid, it. 
Bondservant, n. 
BoDdsnian, ti. 
Bondswoman, n. 
Bone, n. 
Fish bone 
Boavset, n. 
Bonfire, n. 
Bonnet, «. 
Bonnily, adv. 
Bonny, a. 
Bonus, n. 
Bony, a. 
Book, ,ri. 
Bookcase, n. 
Bookbinder, n. 
Book muslin 
Bookish, a. 
Book learned 
Bookshelf n. 
Bookstore) it. 



08 

TITfe St^T 

tip rny 

$"itJu tljrnu 

vnta wrji 

n^n v. iqi itw esn 

my icn |u cifay 

Hii lion Hu wjj uon sbu ifoj Itf 
4j it rti:|tn jjit i fa jjin vt narpn &u 

$" u *v»Md 

*fon *31t .fffo tttffal Rli jtfj lijjj viuS&B 



Bookworm, * tt&W ffH twS&O - Bit l6ta mfttm Jijfsjr 

Bookkeeper, «. i«&&u UTT^ «ty*f mitjf 

Bookseller, ». ^-jy w tf$ Q 

Boom, n. wunfoflo ' ifojj. $U UW du Wj 

Boom, v. VllVfth&Wlihi 

Boon, i». 10* Iff ttafU $fry $fU fttffju 

Boozy, a. • 4j fiu 1341 tmj yn. 

Booze, v. fa ^f) «m MJi ' iWl ittfo 

Booziness, n. WW fitl Wl 

Boot, n. rfiT* treVitJImi ?e* ttfl mta §tf 

Booty, n, 'in ^ life tft Iff STf) filfftmj ft) till 

Booth, ». jfoj Wlhu ITU^W 

Borax, n. Jj tlyrism YlW 

Border, n. mWTH W Q"KU"W11 Mfl a*KJ TOW - llQtr 

Border on UflultailJW ««*R-nMW 

Ornamental border a^J rctnu aifl aiSJ ife^U 

Border-land, «. tnaranW.Vlfftfroi ' 

Borderer, n. ^13 unu ira'UfM 

Bore,.7i, rtiu n5w WW j\fl R3TU 5tJ rrcu K 

Bo*e,t/. r ax 1* 

Bore a hole isx I Wf J 

Borispha Court ma ttllwm 

Bom, a. 4iifto*n ^fiffaaCto^ 

Boirn/v, iftfl % tKiftfi fifhwtifj qBear 



95 



ififi IroS eta «7BJ tlfeqwR wtol* 

ifto lu m^ia wS 

•btpi pr ifTfi Ivi ajtria pi • 

Bfifl him Bear uun tflu ww fio nm ■. 

irrc tioju to 

TIB (jJJ Ci3J 101 
Borrow, money of nTni Wl 
Bosom, n. WTX Bfl ». DBF) Ijf lli Bfl .. $ ffl liW BH 

4* £ Yl \\i Bfl 4j lllll $ Ifrw Is 

IWBU ff$Vl *U tWQU BT1 



Be born again 
Base bora 
High born 
Borne, v. 
Borneo, n. 
Borrow, v. 



Bosom, a. 
Bosom friend 
Bo66, n. 
Boss, v. 
Botanic, a. 
Botany, n. 
Botanize, v. 



va win nw ru iiu wu tibj 

wru in Ti Am wa 

jiw wjwwh wr^i rib lil' uw njrCiRl^ 

. An«i lu >m nnfla liftfto <f\ ift «5i wn *| 
Both, a. or prow. W W WBJ tB R* vS ffBJ d"KJ 

Both day & night iff naif ftl hail RU 

Bother, v. ju nTU VhlrtTiFnuta 

Bottle, n. vw v. vSx ^TO u ,,, 

Bottom, n. wu ail ifisi O tKi 

Bottomless,' a. - " 4* tjri "Ui li ^i' yfl 4*wftT»J tit t^ll 

Boundoir, n. tfol ItJjlW ft] ifiQU HO? WfjJ $% 

Bough, n/ , iMtf ithiV 



Bought, v. 
Bouillon, «. 
"Boulder, n. 
Boulevard, a. 
Bounce».v. 
Bound, n. 
Within bounds 
Be bounded by 
Boundary, n. 
Boundary line 
Boundary stone 
Bouudloss, a. 
Bountoous, a. 
Bountiful, a. 
Bounty, n. 
Bouquet, n. 
Bow, n. 
Bow string 
Bow saw 
Bow, v. 

Bow (of a boat) 
Bow oar, 
Bow sprit 
Bow legged 



96 

W A* 9 6&I ?) Iff T^J !« $U 

fan Wj mi iHsoti sinvi bjjjjw 
tmu nil! ( i*avi auu rmehmU ) 

ns vjzXm uau rnj niacin nati 

luBTJW luttali lutf»tWfl 

£ men j era rTti 

iflJOl Will WAS u«u 

irfii w?jj msw uwu 
wn wu un JanumruinM 
4j1^'Ci im uau dnpsio row 
4jbwj foals omj.eio 

ms- WtfU throis *fi JJfl 
*aa won V «y wonjbj' 

iieu i»n <\ 

4W tfi do 

fo ft n in «ntm 



97 

Bowel, n, VtJJ ifftwtu 

Bowels of the earth f|fj->j }<^ flu 
Bowl, v. 



Bowl, «. 
Bowling, n. 
Bow string, m. 
Box, n. 
Cigar box 
Box, y. 
Boxer, -n. 
Boxing, n. 
Boy, w. 
Brace, w 
Brace, t?. 
Brace crank 
Bracelet, n. 
Bwiehial, «. 
Bracket, n. 
Brackish, a. 
Brackiihaw*, «. 
Brag, v. 
Braid, v. 
Brain, n. 
Brainless, 0» 



VBJDTJ TTUjInu 

mi ism tiny f n r& Upn jn *§ 

RSfo 6u $ flim* oft | DM 

rft tnfti nto tnfu 

U T3T lu wti tin flow tiro uw 

to irta «M If&tW »N dl 



V* 



Uf li3"Fn mum 

RTIUtfil 



u nnnm ww im stu uu 
fe«WuTB r il!y ( •■■) mtufm 

TOOti 4* An l&i 

.tin an uu tin nail Til in w itlu th i 



98 

Brake, n. SffcmfojflfiTO 

Brakeman, «. mifaifo 

Brahmin, w. unnjjtfi 

Brahrainiam, n. ii"KJ WWim/ AiW WQ HJTtwrfi 

Bran, n. ft mn rf) 

Branch, n. mw tVltf' im 

Bran<3, n. an wSffl jfiWJtJ ienlfJ liift tt*TKJ rfiif 

Brand new Ivoj $ ifiw 4l W 1*1 Ifft^ 

Brandy, w. qr\ ttftl 

Brass, w. yibi mam 

Brass wire fl3f) Tim mfcttt 

Brass sheet li&iu YIBl maai 

Brave, a. flfJlwiO) Y1XJ VTO «. RUftffo 

Bravery, ti. RTOI-nill R7&J BW n»*i 

Bravely, cwfo. tmi n^i VTCij 

Brawl, v. fin 81 max flU Si 

Brawny, a. liltfU f)jfaA«MIIWI 

Bray, w. All fill UW.m ifojlfillril 

Bray,*;. tflifalimifl HI fill fijiwlm^ 

Brazen, a. 4| Vh ifatl KIOI Wlfal 

BAzen faced wRtfiu • 

breach, w. tr& iflfi \tfttlu *BBI V. H\ \frlim tffr 

Bread, n. *W&I & $T1 BT&X 

Bread fan* a* on 



99 

Breadth, W. ffluj fifty jam flfa 

Breadwinner, <n. $*vn fnvnj iS^J FTU BU 

Br B a roiceD Br ° ke ' T u ** u " n * """ ittl aon « un 

Break out $ f Ban 

Breakdown, n. ITU BBU filJW M m? fi flltf* flBSJ ifftfM i&U 

Break up i§n fftjlll iKJfi nultt 

Break in tfh 5TU A'frllJ }lfl i'Srltl 

Breakable, a. 4l Ois ^: uwn ttnlflr 

Break with a crack tih & MX 

Break through llWn itlu -im itfilti 

Break water l*Ti ftii any vn tin wfa fit! 

Tto day ib break- lflno?u ^ 

Break of day jj i*ai yi j^ 

Breakfast, t;. ftdjWTurfw'ft w'. niJ «J tfcmu OWTJ i* 

Breast, n. ^ ^ w $ Qf) 

Breast work ^^ ^t: 

Breast bone ^n mfcnn 

Breast pin flfo (j n $ fi Q j$ 

Breath, n. ^ ^5 ^-^ \«j ^ Q Qn n1J y^ fo 

Breathable a. fa t1 *j *, : W1U \<^ ^ ^ ^ : Vfyny Is 

Out of breath muMwito 

Breath of wind nu tffo fi 3 *| 

Breathe, v. viltil^ VhltfovKlta 

Breathe one's last <r\f\ ta gnu 



100 

breathing, n. nu Will \% iim W1U Is 

k Breathless, a. §Ali U fiJJ VflV Is DU 1W h VntJ 

Well bred fi*fojl tdu $fi 

Breech, n. ftu fHi nation tJU 
Breechload^K, n. fn^ yi imy ^n mi? rfol nj:uon 

Breeches, n. fitf IDJ Til $TU 

Breed, t>. Bred, Bred tfll^ifto gin All ye)J tljlffiJ Itf'jj |in 

Breeding, n. fll3 Js:ajj ^m f!T5 an ikm 

Breeze, n. «jj W>» fiou -) ay fij *| RJ4 QDU*] 

Brethren, n. fi 14QJ ^llWllustuW 

Brevity, w. FJ31JJ fm 

Brew, t>. Vh iWRI Wot WJjfl iwfi 

Brewer, n. RU tiling fIoi 

Brewery, «. UJ WJjfl iwSl rloJ 

Bribe, n. fTtf l^S^.LU fJU Ltl.U 

Briber, n» ^tili LTU jJ'JIa £u lOYi foi UU 

Bribe, u. ftl ^U LlU 91 ft ffu UU 

Bribery, n. . riTJ l^TJQJ UVl nu OU UTU 

$rick, n. • S3 »• \J fai S3 

Glazed brick 83 iflSQfJ 

Brickkiln, n. ' IPt^ IC43 

Bricklayer,*. •**» no fij Vf 

Paying brick &UJ ta 

Brick-ywd, ». * & Aj fi «m fij 



101 

Bridal, a. iir fa niJ *frw jjwa 

Bride, u-. j^ g^ 

Bride's cake^ «BT43J wmi BtJT* fam nami srra 

Bridegroom, n. i4lVV 

Bridesmaid, n. MBii i4l &T3 

Bridge, n. %zmu c. mow W^nii Vh jkwtu 4%4 

Bridle, rc. tftifttm 0. lifau rffcj tfcfojU tyfl tfjifiiJU 

Brief, a. flu tJB Smut] 

Briefly, atfu. . tflt) tltl • fto TJ 

Stats briefly n« Tat «9 Vb mi"«6 tmi & 

Brier, 71. huijj rm ft WtfJJ 

Brig, n. ftifru KB* IKl ik) \tJ WD* iff! 

Brigade,*. TUMWaift 

Fire brigade, w. fiD* W a fill ittfi* 

Brigaud, n. RU ^ H3 ir^JJSI . Wjn L*4J 

Bright, a. tifi I* »n l«r wiw im* ma tu 

Brighten,!/. tfl ltfa*l rUWKJ frill tflllfallu 1*1 

Bright sky ill Ufa 
Bright red . lim ll< 

Brightue'88, n. ampuls* mui ah uw nta 

Brilliant, a. 4* he Tu du am «. ftu vmtw iffnm/u iSSn 

Brim, tt. HBU IjJ lilfl 

Brimful, cc. l&i itJUN 

B^mstoae, a. tfuitiU 



Brine, n. 

Bring, v. Brought, 

Brought 
To bring away 

Bring forth 

Bring in 

Bring up 

Brifcg again 

Brink, n. 

Briny, a. 

Brisk, a. 

Briskly, adv. 

Bristle, n. 

Brfetle up 

Bristly, a. 

Brit&R, n. 

British, a. 

Brittle, a. 

Brittleriees, n. 

Broad, a. 

Broaden, v% 

Broadly, adv. 

Broadside, n. 

Broil, ». 

Broil, v. 



102 



ioi 3J"i ' "Ui itn in 
lei m &ti 
nana' yeij- 

1ST 1*81 3JT 
IDT 3J1 on 



djrjfw 



joint W 
l3j &.. *aiy ibu 

4* njail M ti iflRQ ISO . 

TOJU RR03 una? 

tmj fi«n Wl? mm unfa 

from nu *tfu im utlsi iiflwjj iA 

4i wi^u in j 

tfcwn o'terjw 

4* iiiw nw tJjntp o*i4 niti iiri tf^nrju 

RTD4 illlX 

tits $ wu to ito Itf* ma €j du Y^n nguon 
* - [tow 

rimmx im rnj iron Tim 

tin ftiT&l 



.In 
a. 



Broke, v. 

Broken hearted 

The rope is broken 

Broken by fatigue 
Broken down by 

work 
Broken rice 

Broker, n. 

Brokerage, n. 

Bronchitis, n.. 

Bronze, n. 

Brood, v. 

Brood, n. 

Brook, n. 

Broom, n. 

Broomstick, n. 

Broth, n. 

Brothel, n. 

Brother,' n. 

Eldest brother 

Younger brother 

Brother in law 

Brought, v. 

Brow, n. 

Brown, n. 



103 
oflfl *nw Break. Hi iinn 
ifai ifi Is \m\ win ifai W 
iton ma uifc 

trail <f\ Xf\u ivAoy mSo ifiu 
tioii utititwti mi um - ■ 

i«fi avian 

Up UW R04 fo) 'Qiy UKM ^^U 

tjR on ism my k viaon tmrw Wjuftitlofi 

Infills nn?ln*U nnli 
an won nfo 

R-ffiTJ VIII ifTUa 

Itfnnfl 
aYltfnrifl 

A 

$my 

ifojtny 

A my dm wy 

ofoi %m Bring. itnuiuift 

wfierm 

ft rfi urn 



Brown, v. 


104 


Bruin, n. 


flfl % 


Bruise, v. 


tfi Ijfafi nran vln ifi ulu'ueia vln ifi 


Bruise, n. 


nwa.jln in" Mwa *8T 


Bruised body 
Brush, 7i. 


ifta uan in 


Brash, v. 


tii $u utlft fla $fti iidn i&in ngrvtti 


Brush tub© 


litl« UW ^t) 


X Brutal, a. 


!lsj iw'fcflu tfirf tli Aim aldf 


Brutally, adv. 


tffiy flti ansiV aiht riftf Xm $ fti nV» 


t Brute, n. 
Brutish, a. 


4$ ft fi*Hn mta tfftf j 4* 6 titarcj iv&au tffo'/ 


Bubble, n. 


rim nil tta* 


Bubble, v. 


«Ju rtaj f534 > & vim 


Bvbe, n. 


um tfn uru $ itou «iu in wOu d mtihi 


Buecal, a. 
Buchu, n. 




Buck, n. 


nTw k?5 ^ tistmy effi |T 


Bucket, tw 


ril \K ™ wTi \n 


15 

Bucketful, n. 


ijfjj til wo 1&4 til 


Buckle, n. 


$3J «fa 


Buckler, n. 
Bud, t». 




Bud, t>. 


JBfl Itlli VMB itltt fJBTI $3J 



105 

Buddha, n. WJ^Yifl 5] wicpKJtt^ 

Buddhist, n. '^fiQ tpyiuwiPfUl ^WfllfltinWI 

Buddhism* ». ^muanmn 

Budge, v. ltfa*Ki 111 ntf!i i^Qt4 $ltl vmeki 

Budget, n. iti iIkutiu (I OuT^-fa Vfrrnrcm udufiu. 

Buff, n. v\iw itan fai tfi mi yI $ ft info* -) 

Buffalo, n. nfttJB RTOJ 

Buffet, v. fid n fai m tm ' viu 

Buffoon, n. * mi mjrtnn jrrcinn nu nun . 

Bug, n. *Tfll'li3Jaj i^fl- ,r | 

;Juglei n. U0J «TU 

Build, v. Built, < *, .1 

Built m *™ "W 

Builder, n* ^^ mj flB »fil 

Building, n. gjn itau rnjnaatwA 

Bulb, n. •mio'laj' wttflriTiu wmtfiwmj 

Bulge, v. tJ tu ith till tny nS al ifin ua my lu 

Bulk, *>. ft «oun« nfit ua qi if! rfcti nm 

Bulky, a. fot« Wlj fo ^J h* 

Bull,n. «|fi^ 

Bull's-eye, «k Vihith ^flunrito" 

Bulldog, -». ^ih/f *fiQfl vA* wft ffc rtftn 

Bullet, -n. jn du, flntwn jn drill ' 

Bulletin, n. flJTWTU tt"WLI Rfl. tttfRJ IW$ JTU ft Vjfo WTJ 



Bullfight, n. 
Bullfrog, «. 
Bullion, n. 
Bullock, n* 
Bumble-bee, n. 
Bump, v. 
Bump, n. 
Bunch, n. 



106 

nu wwi Iwnj 



lii 8u iii yioj tfou tanj ^1 ttfla ttJu gJimro 

tmi nsnitj nirwu 1mj im 
mi tfiu uw t A rnAmi rto 

1W *BD 

Bunch of bananas tfi nffaj irita n*foj 
Bundle, n. 1M ttQ w6j ifa ttfo «\n fl& Cfl vAl 

Bundle, v. ^nitfiltiuWO M4 ifrlllu'sWl 

A bundle of onions wiflf) fftflQU 
Bungle, v. Vh Qfl rii sfc tfVUu VKJTti 

Bunting, n. ifiim ehttlwiiito \Kv\ W . elittiw*J 

Bunk, to. ^ wou *Ua ttei .muu 

Bunny, w. rurfliti ilw ratihti 8*5 itffl i 

Buoy, n. yu (11 pu 

Buoy, v. Wrtl JfWlft ifei Y^U tjpJWl tpj llfitt 

Buoyant, a/ 4lltn Aon«OU 2 lf 

Buoyancy, n. wwitn fljw AmiV' 

Burden, n. ytk wtifi h HO J i fe« Ullfl ttW Wjf) 

Burden, v. AA'mJh U 5j JlUr |K 

Be a burden to /fftffioh wlfl t* 4ifl 
Bureau, «. ' ff fto lu ^fl tffij wfto* cK 



Burglar, n. 
Burglary, n. 
Burglarize, v. 
Burial, it. 
Burlap, n. 
Burlesque, a. 
Burlesque, v. 
Burly, a. 

Burraah, n. 
Burn, v. Burned, 

Burnt 
Bum, n. 

Burning, n. 

Half burned 

Burning bud 

Burnish, v. 

Burnisher, n* 

Burnt, v. 

Burnt ofFeriug 

Burrow, n. 
Burst, v. Burst, 



107 

HT3 tiw ixn nn r.wi tlm4 

Vh rns srmj da*u dsfa tlm itn 

cJi tliii otin ttinu i eli nsrarou 
\h ifi isx fa %u itlv vi \ii •du 
Vh l^rUi tfj ijr ab iayu Itftfi ire 



fa Ivsru' ffa m* a i aiit a \w 



rtbj dw uku dw StlU 
irifak Iwl'iflfrjjj 

iTfi «m idu in p Itfrim in in in 

irism £jq awti u> w «»u iRQij in 

Ban urn #wrn. ien IwjJ* 

yin icn ^m wSj 

tiw fl tferfyi «?. y idu 4 o|| "lu twn 

dr^i jtifjfl nu sfru uu 

Burat (boiler), r. pule u* U&n 

Bury, v. tfl {Jrl3f flfltiaiJ 

Buryiag place* 1 J ^ ^ w ^ & TO th*ft i & 



Burst 
Burst in 



BuBh, n. 

Bushel, n. 

Bushy, a. 

Busily, adv. 

Business, n. 
Establish a busi- 
ness 
Busy, a. 



108 

4* itiw WyU inflow tyj 

but* 5j ft am \fiulu k Sto 

mc f: tnj Vfi 34i mi fiu fta mj 

fB yn nu ash* vmi 

4* Wta $ £ fc 3Jin 4/li! tw 

Busy, v. yft ^ jj-m ft fta arm 

Busy body ^ J^ U!m ^ ^J ^ niJ „ w Ru ^ 

But, cow;. <fc pr«p. il8 J u $i ^ uoryuri tin iKi iirf ifi $n 

But if pifu ^ lijj' 7) 

But a few days iiJtftO.WW.^. JlyTD.^ .. 
m i\ ifsw «mu i£a 
tflu flu im (in 

«bu jfaj vv5 loi »i&: tern . 

in tn *Iu my If iS jKi mn yiv vn ifcu ivw 
nonTaftnaw iSn nau n flita ?>6* 
Rw/fi Jo 



^Butcher, n. 
Butt of a gun 
Butts, n. 
Butt, v. 
Butter, n. 
Butter, v. 
Buttercup, n. 
Butterfly, n. 
Buttock, <a. 

fetton^jfe. 

Button-hole, n. 
fetiou, v., ,, .._ 



I V 



...|fljnsj»L..6£L8« 
..„.VSP.P.ggjj.. - . 



109 
.^7, v. Bought,^ ^ w 

Bought 
To bu y op cr edit mififl 



Baycjv.»^...~~. 


~#JttL J^SftSfl 


Buzz. w. 


i^Ttll & 1W3JQU l&UJ & 


Buzz, v. 


Vh ifoll W Vh ifojj fo f)S §3 


Buzzard, w. 


unim 


By, prep. 


Im!" Imj aft) tni 


Ey.gQRO. 


.-&ibrltl.afi 


^y .nJikh 


- &_«£. Jl£„.]ui* 


By (in accounts) 


vr 


By land 


mmn 


By-ia-.v, n. 


•So tT5mj rPj oon sttj rig fbtfofu aw amti 


-y the .post „ 


...anTiliafirf' 


%patb_ .._.. 


. jriuks. ijJvjiPTl M^B ... J 1 ^ u !?on 


By and by 


.jyfojjStJ? «3«.l rf^.WBli RH3 ttftf 


By boat 


fffo 8q vn? i1q tmj ilo 


By all meaiM^ 


tflu uu lir!" 


By oneself... 


I*ii. RWite jny .ML. _-_ 1m .^T?S..®MiM 


By reason that 


wn: h w}R.ii. 


By means of 


c. 


C 


Cab, n. 


jp tJsrpii mw mj 3ji iftoa 


Cabbage, *. 


rarvwh tla ncwiii 



no 

Cabin, n. tfoj wn \u d"»tiu 

Cabin-boy, n, nu \$\\i to tm riltlu 

Cabinet, u. 6 tlqnai jrarnj f f nulao 

Cable, n. i$pn Wj i$on am2o flTU WMlM nonftj lS 

Cablegram, n. nii flf \v?34»*0 *ftu W» 

Cable, v. m rfi mu tifmau •oijj tua 

Cackle, v. ih muj n:*fin n. ifttii n:irtn uviiln 

Cactus, n. ifu njium iffoj 

Cad, n. Bulwj F114 UP tRJ 

Cadaver, n. flw flQJ 

Cadaverous, a. 4 J fiifaj rib «*» 3fi i*iu flW 

Caddy, n. rfi *81 

Cadet, n. llh 3llU U"KJ fell 

°*Ury CoI^e , ge Ml,, ' ^™ ™ fe « ™« Uf) 

Cafe, n Jtu inti iajqj fin feu 1 fa Dltl m uW 

Caffeine, n. fj v R > QQr , ^ 1^ $0 WR ni a7 J 

Cage, n. N • njj nn un v. it rui i4i mi 

Cajuputi, n. £ mi i^W Xfik'lu U1 l«Pl i&O 

• Cajole, v. no a M tny rf T un UQl UO U^JJ fft 

Cajoler, n. ^\jn ijoi iwb wd aa mJta nawj nu wwis 

Cairo, n. - i£,oj \i4 tl^ivifl oOtls^ 

CaJcutu, ft. ma;n: *n i£oi lu ttarifl Biufo 

Cake, n. hujj VWU An 

Cake pan .- „ ma 3i *\m 



Cake shot 
Caladium, n. 
Calamity, n. 
Calamitous, a. 
Calcareous, a. 
Calciforin, a. 
Calcine, v 
Calcination, n. 
Calculate, v. 
Calculation, n. 
Calculator, n. 
Calculous, a. 
Calculus, n. 
Calendar, n. 
Calf,n. 

Calf of the leg 
Calf-akin, n. 
Calibre, n. 



in 

«fo tJBU 

idu any Mf My iRrnf tnylny 

4i tknBti ifty pffvif mp 

4j £ rffi&rcu matou flu jju 

4i to $] afwu t«au Try itfi 

fiu flu tny ayiu feu 

nu flu flu ^ny aroj feu 

Vh mi An fto Afc m An dwjim 

nu An urn ana aw vam 

^An ia-D iAw An mm 

inflow flu Rifcy *| flu jju tfennu dhu flu 

$n & iteu nnntwo uny <| iftn -nWlu iumu 

tifjfiu i Aw ftu eJi "tafatlu in 

160 tfci urn ii tla uw 
w# an 55 don wuj an 73 
irk rtfw my lu tlm nEuan du 
dlnon dlaiti eftftu 



Calico, w. 

Calipers, n. (inside) ^ <b ft lu 

Calipers,n(outside) ^ «ftj ft UQfl 
Calk, 1 *. A 

Caulk J v * *°fl M}JU UU3 "° 

Calking, n. m? nQTI wJu 

Caiking-iron, n. fo won wfo udfn umu If ntin votii 



CaUv. 

Call, n. 

Call out to orie \ 
Call from afar J 
Unpaid call 

Calling, w. 

Caller, n. 

Callisthenics, n. 

Callous, a. 

Calm, a. 

Calm sea 

Calmness, 7*. 

Caltrop, 7i. 

Calumniate, v. 

Calumny, n. '0 

Calumniator, n. 

Calvary, n. 

Cambodia, n. 

Cambodian, a. 

Came, v. 

Camel, n.. 

Camera, n. 

Camp, n. 

Camp, v.. 

Camphor, n. 



112 

Sun e§ §n W"w ftw won Id iiiuii iCjuu 

imtajiitom • [mJ? ^ 

a: irm ihm jbj ihm uAna 

ihi ^i» v w rw a^j fru «tu vi ui lil W W' 

Tu ms VTi iHuj tw ms fojn 

^i(iu»j rtu!j ^ id liiiu iiiuu 

ms wei my oshi itn i ms vfa fH 

4j WW ffai U& lAi 

mu fiiiu nti rtu iSn ifioy 

ma nu 

rtoj mu mju 

urm man ■ 

la nnu iJta -unjjj Chivn 

ire iinai Suwuu form 

$wia euinaVbr emu 

$o gnn vi wsnvjC'lrt'RjTjj itfcui W-aVfrritJ 

13J0J ITO 

b^h uw 6W<?. in id 



mj.wm 
LVn 



nam tfxi $J 



113 

Camphor (gum) TTTCyu tfeu 

Camphor (spirit) ivwSi mfcJ/U 

Campus, n. , ifufa mJi tyfojU fcUTU $ tfhiltlll l»U 

Can, v. Could Itf" mtfBG tm *^\l^* 

Can, *i. nnttaj mo iIU'j urn 

Canada, n. ifcoi RTUW1 lli tklYlfl QTWBm wtit) 

Canal, n. ARtlJ 

Canal, v. * ^W Raw Vh JW W Tna 

Canary bird Ufl fi'fyli 

Canary seed, Wiunalyu 

Cancel,v. Rfl QQD mil ifldllfoj Ufl i»n UjIwVT 

Cancellation, n. TO iSfTWM mj $fl sfa QQfl 

Candelabrum, % rtl i$im ft fa BQr.liJ wkj 014 

Cancer, n. UT3 jTWnsrif] ej mo My 

' Caneecous, a. . 4j iwqu idit mo fiu ivujou w hu 

Candid, a. 4o nil 4 J uJ rillOUJ OU flpOn 

Candidate, w. ^ flu VH tflllWUJ £y» RJ4 m «*: iSon Rt 

Candle, n. ifiim 1«D iVlHU 

Candle stick ifo wtJiiU 

Candle Tight R3lW iVillU W 

Candor, n. R71JJ 10 JW R7W 8/<3r Rnulil 8110111 

Candy, w. 104 l^QJJ vS ena mm ni ifi Ria 

Candy, .r. YJl 11TI fiw 

Cane, n. IjJ'iTni ItfDw v. n ffajltfitfi 



114 

" Canine, <*. iiwiptitaf fl&u rvu jrtifi/ 

Canine tooth %u h Am 

Canker, n. ' \if\ WW iijtKJ nil! QQfl Jin ft 

Cankerous, a. %1 t#0*J wiiu WU UCJfl 

Cankerworm, n. 0V3 ifo fffl flu jfaltf* 

Cannibal, n. iiyy^Yi fiu J$B FM 

Cannon, n. UU Iwij 

The carriage of" a- 31 j tju Wj 

cannon j « , . . ., 

Cannqnade, w. mi W tJU fauj v. It! WW (3 J OH iVKLJ *| 

Cannon-ball, *. §n tiu 7V1J 

Cannon-8hot, w. ' WW^II [IW fiJtBfU iflfi €l W flu Wlj 



Cannot, v. 


bi tm iz yii In Uj i« 


Canoe, w* 


fiomti 


Canon, n. 


<fc nmu In mm\ \f\ •) tmjry*H aw infctfi 


Canopy, n. *" ^ ^ W ^ u ^ 
Canteen, w. (water ^^ Jj . ' 

bottle) * , , * i 
Canter, n. s3l ^1 tfo */. *V tfe 


Canton, n. 


4o ifiw tu iIkim ^u ifitw row pr 


Canvas, n. 


eftVhltnla dllu ifiiliu 


CanvaS hose 


tiq vS Vli ifiu eJi dm- 


Cap, n. 


yiwn di Rjoti unu fl* •nwu uu 


Cap. v. 


otu ilaiu fif) jJi rjqu aaj tlivfin 


Capability,' n. 


rtbj erwTjfl firai on •»: vh W* 



115 

Capable, a. ; $j Q1 ^ \ ^y^^ 

Capacious, a. n fr ' n ft, , w ^ Vwn 

Capacity, n." rf^f $ j ^um vfio *KI rhj «| 

Capacity of a vessel n °is5 fiO 3 V rjiu ^ uv |j fa 
Cape, n. 



Caper, n 
Caper, o. 
Capillary, a. ' 
Capillary, n. 
Capital, n. 



wo tin ill Hu fi 8u uwajj lu vi:m 

nj:lpm Ijwiau. 

w ;wfiou A ejjj oTj ua r:igur 

ijjoj way ifiot ion Du #Ki *u 
Capital & interest tfu i>U HP) non ifiu 
Capital of a column LJ3 Ml ifll tft fu ttf Ifn 
Capital punishment JjtfuflriYiy lvife» fti Wiy 
Capitalist, n. ^ y U jjn ^ hqj y U 

'sjojj uif ftj rftyryi wn m 

in aou 

nu fin nau naon U 83 Is Muwgulb in Jb 

\fi tn tfi vn «*m win urn vn ifio tfi \frntn 

tfiltfflVi a'jj *8n «Ji 

tf 1 U"ta n'u . aft flo 

ids on UTj«eou$ t^j uon lutfn dnon tni V^li 

nfiu man 



Capitulate, v. 4 
Capon, n. 
Caprice, n. 
Capricious' a. 
Capricorn, n. 
Capsicum, n. 
Capsize, v. 
Capsize a bout 
Capsule, n. 
Capstan, n. 



116 

Capstan bar Itfnfiu 

Captain, n. vHj ftiCiu UXJ !?KI iOfi 

Captivate, ». Vhltfatj *U tflSJ flTUJ mi tfl U^fl 1* 

Captive, n. fm wail 

Become a captive of flfi in itlu w&u ,*ttf 

Crowd of captives w^n Flft i^^U *ff"0 way 

Capture, n. PIS IdA5*1^ nT5 SU £134 W3 

Capture, v. <Xi $3J *& 8-fl u itlu HO J WU 

Capture, in chess r\u W3Jin ^n ft vmj 

Car, n. 5n |^hmj W?J Jtl ifl 

Caravan, n. wn ifm Yi*W tin ron riv q 

Caravan of rner- . *, « 



Caraway, n. 


§n Ci wi 


Carbine, n. 


&u sm 


Carbolic acid 


djfi i^s ui *3tj: uua fwn pnuoan 


Carbon, n. 


tn$ fiu 


Carbuncle, n» 


d w rfi d dn tfi d w^ii Iwnj 


Carcass, ?fc 


inn pw , iii W 


Card, n. 


fu:m« u& ueiu ian •) Iw nfta wfo 


Card, v. 


inlm jnilwj ua: hu un: is^ni aru nm un: 


Visiting card 


ffifl iwyjj rfiw ^o 


Card board 


njr*nw %ii A* nw) me 6 


Cardamom, n. 


an rfonu 



Cardamom tinctUTe mai njmu 



117 

Cardiac, a. 4nUV*llUlfcVl imfAtfiH 

Care, n. 'WTU mi I* Iri lu fl«4 djuW 

Care, v. .Jy^ Jj^^ • tfj W1 jg Q 4 {j Q 

Not taking ewe of QW ,5 Ufc^^ 
lake care of the 

interests for J^S itlu ip fotfi till tlsiluifU IWQ 
Take care of one's v „ i 

body JSJFIOmy BUT! WW my 

Full of care -jfoj ^ WU| Jr ft ^ ^ ^ «.. 

1 ake care of one s , * 

self and others Rjj pfi «D01 5114 UK ^QU 
He does not care »<n ^ tr * . A « 

for his own life * ifl i0Q ^ Q iin * ™ ^ ww 
He does not care^ £ Rmi ^ lyn ^q eMwnJ 

for the elder <k. i 

Have the care of th f J J UK Jfan U UJU (JtflB 

Careful, a. & *01 ^ W 4l H7U U3W 

Carefully, adv. tnytlfcrita tfly fl tfiu 

Keep it carefully fn&nlS'si.fc 

Carefulness, n. R7W tfcrfta ^TW ^ vyi oyTi 

Careless, a. ifin my T*J U1W1 T*i lf{ \s iSll I«0 

Do not be careless Qth $ 0TI3J dj^JTn 

Carelessness, n. ^ t^™ A™ ifin my FI70J l»U i«0 

Carelessly, adv. ' ^ wn my IjJ lllWl tntiljj jrfj 

Caress, «. nQ^J fl»°l iflfa tlfc'UjJ ijfitau 

Caress, ?t. ™J iiSf(W Rmi fo ^Ml riBW JU 

Cargo, n. ™ tfi^n diflu fa di. 

Cargo boat, f JQ Q ® QJJ ^ Q ^ w "Q t!33\»fl tOI 

Carious, a. & ¥ * Qy WQ " n « 



118 

CariouBbone njtjn 9 njtpTUmlWHA 

Carmine, n. Hum**' fcflft «Tfl 

Carnal, a. JiWrifio wilS nw fftuW 

Carnivorous, a. 4, it j u ffaffiu ifi B 4j VfoJfo itlu OTWTJ 

Carol, v. }fo lt Ju iwai *b1j failw in ( llJUUri ) 

Carotid, n. fo iffa kuj uitaifa WW %U §r wjy: 

Carouse, n. ma fiu iiwh win inrn: v. i$v: m:n: 

Carpal, a. \\l4biiB uw 4b iJO 

Carpenter, n. 511 Ijj" 

Carpenters shop iJJ II v W* 

Carpentry, n. >Zn 'BtAjj" " 

Carpet, n. WU ISU3J (J tfoi V. jj WW 

Carriage, n. JCi fi'Hn tftltnWi 

Carriage maker ) . . ^ 

Carriage builder] ™* 1T(1 

Carrier, n ^-fj D DcAtJ £ft s \ fio «tm/ltJ 

Carrion, n. 160 ifaf imJi ^riifnf iwift ami Ui 

Carry, v. (10 ft* Wild -faltl lw?hittfo 

Carry at arms * 
length ™ 

Carry in the arms ^ wl| 

Carry on the wlm W1>J ^ 

shoulder 
As if tarried away {^ ^ iVrc fo^J uu oirrw 

in the air , 

Carry a gun . fip UU iitifl GU 

<Jarry a wan* ' fo WW 

(•Garry on business Vh ft^ p *fi TTC1 ffi intt 



119 

Carry off by force tfn vnni nf\ mnld 



™}1 
iOT Itl M \ft 

irfiim v. nil rifa ifiotju tJJJ^in irifau 

irfam iviyu n?:So 

Cartilaginous, a* njy njrgn sou liu* "j ku n 
Cartridge, n. jn fiJI^tl fjflflu till 

Cartridge magazine tiqj n3Laru tiu 
Cartridge pouch ffU $W 



Carry to 
To carry back 
To carry out 
Cart, n. 
Ox cart 
Buffalo cart' 
Cartilage, n. 



Carve, v. 
Carvings, n. 
Carver, n. 
Carving, n. 
Carving knife, 
Cascade, n. 
Case, n^box) 
Ca ^e, n . (law) 
Case, v. 



•om fi unrfriilu aw «iy 

nu riton rift nu un: ffafi 

urii i^n i vnj Ji ^ wn mj in nn 

tmi\ *&o ami ws^ rr tfoi m 
\r dn iTi troi n*1 flu 



wu dn dn mti njwftow*' 



The case against &TW ^ &M HO 
* Q this case ^ ,! QTm & m ^ 

Civil case 



lu HTW &m U 
, p.toj urn , 



320 

Criminal case WBJ oinp 

Case between flfi lv* ram 

In case of gain or . A 
loss ' ' • w ^ jj «a 1)1 TW fu 

Win a case Tm: flni4 

Lose a case uitfiTbi 

In case of fi, s: £ U ^J, 

Papers of a case fnvttu p^jj 

Many cases jJu W»ttJ ftfij waiU Rmi 

If that is the casetfj jjy ^ ft jjjfc tfj lt ] u i^lfo 

If such be the case ^ ^^ u\j UR*1 

Cane m question 4b vi jfitiJ flu 

This is not the case 34 iffodu mm ft ifly 

Casement, n. nstlli Vttfi «1! fiitfll* 

Cash, ??. Dv» ftu m v linn Ihi nan ftu dan 

Cash hook tntljnj flu -flu 

Cashier, n. ^Jhttl (hi $>ITU ftu 

Cask, » tft li*oj nay 3J tlaon 

Casket, ». wl« iSfn la ifoj waou ua: jdwwu VlBJ WW *) 

Cast. 1;. vb i&u vn^j waoa idltajfo 

Cast up accounts wtt UU ftu fffl lift a* UTflJTil^ 

Cast (the eye; vtifi m<U m YIB0 m 

Cast into a form nm idu yj WRtlil Hip] 

Cast a metal tt»OJJ 

Cast off fiimy mz h ^fioulij 



121 
Cast the net visa m 

Caste, n. ^ z ^ fa n1 ^ W jii5Qu 

Castle, n. $ n ^ry ttO $Q3J ti nium 

Castle, w. (in chess) gfi Ho WHin jji 

Castor, v. ^ n jJq ^ u jyh t& u» i^U4 

Castor oil, ifi J& a:^J 

Castor oil plant gfo a:w 

Castrate, v. gfo rbii FIDU Rwf ( 1*314 Jji ) 

Casual, a. - 4* wmvj uiu . $ iilu jji lay In djnfi 

Casually, adv. \m m i§U illu 

Cat, «. iijj; "w»i . 

Cat's-eye, n. ih'a/'m wirt 

Catfish, ,w. tl?n UUF1 viui 

Catgut, n. ifii* iijji 

Catch, v. Caught, . •.«,.* «, i^ * * 

Caught * mi WSJ ,tJ ^ n ^ 5F1 «1 «W JJQ WOimi 

Catalepsy, ». *Jja ajj tfj vi^ *flfcfl Vt^tl- 

Catch the wind fiu ajJ 

Catch aniriials in a ,, _ «*- ^ 

sua re ■ R ^ QJ ^ Rri 

Catch one lying or ^ ikV 

ni a he 
Catalogue, n. innj$ TO &J 101 

Cataract, «.' 41113 

Catching, a. 4 J Sfl rOAfi ( mljfl TM «fl fti RU ) 

^Uechise, v. tTDUMJ a:4Bll« WDU IflU l^fi'ww «°WOt> 

Catechism, n. wJHta&BV ffWUl 6fW #1 ^tt") U* VaUl 



Cater, «. 

Caterer, 7>. 

Caterpillar, n. 

Cathartic,, n, 

Catheter, n. 

Cathedral, n„ 

Cattle, *, 

Catty, n. 

Qaaght, v. 

Causative, <&. 

dtfuse, n. 

Catise, v* 

. Causeless, a. 

Cauge and effect 

The first cause 
Causing bodily 

hurt 
Causeway, n»- 

Caustic, 71, « 

Cauterization, n. 

Cauterize, v. 

Captery, *!., 

Caution, '% 

Caution} tfc 

Cautious, ** 



122 

iw $ *ii vmou s^Ii^Uj" 

in thy 

WRtM aw w im 

zifo nm Caick. <u> nfc 

^ if5i y» ivi^i m^i jjw mi 

Vh Itfitlii iwp ulu wfi Vln ItftdiAtl tfamu 

in^i ua: aa 

dew m$ . ^ia iwp 

Vh Ifa hi mu 

tmu $ un «faj wum flj tmu A flam 

"cq: $ rfa luti m 

nts Vfrittan feu ^ iwi jfio !fa 

iwi mo fai ?w mo 

w$n ftm if-mfcjjn &o> 4 lrffrij fio itn wfl 

flr&j idi wu 

hi ti a8 tinjoji aaw rqii 4bi jrfj sji 



* 


123 


Cavalry, n. 


;< nccvivnjjjl 


Cave, n. 


man flu tS 


Cave* v. 


w*3 as ?ft i^i m 


Cavern, n. 


inn gallium 


Cavernous, a. 


l/ldj/tw* win 


Cavity, ?i. 


I ffitiii 


Caw, ft. 


iwiw un fej v. fh 



en Ivinj T 



wi 01 



Cayenne(pepper),n fftn UW 

Cease, v. p^R U>Kin Vh llftwfl 

Without ceasing "i * , , • , 

Ceaseless, a. J ^ Vtyf! wyQU m3 ## U ^ B " wn 
$0 GVU *P4 whlWQN ^"" 

un Itfatlu frnf uri - tm liMiu an efou 



( 

Cedar, 
Cede, v. 
Ceil, v. 
Ceiling, n. 
Celebrate, v. 
Celebrated, a. 
Celebration, n. 



jj IWfflU 



vn iwaiu 

nam prj/tnn jj nu aa/ln'a 

R5i3 sa ln*s ms nam 



Celebrated name UT|4 tinnfj 
Celery, n. eJh $ afoiJ 

Celestial, a. •-" ~"~ / 

Celestial vault 
Celibate, n. 
Cell, „. 
Cellar, n. 



UVtf 



K? ftatf 



uw snsm 



Cellular, a. 
Cement, n % 
Cement, v. 
Cemetery, n. 
Censer, n. 
CenBe, v. 
Censor, «. . 
CejftBjire,ji> ? . 
Censu .8, n. 



Take census of the 



124 

in fan $u %Su*f tttifiuif in utn 
ih 41 fi & «w 
tna ifto ten i Aw Viou 
tti Itfoiow wqjj *tflu m? ien i mm won 
*i4l wnfinu ieo »FijDJ won £>im at/hiflfj 



Cent, 7k 
Per cent 
One per cent 
Centenarian, n. 
Centennial, & 



Center, 
Centre, 



lu fou *fn ( wfo ) fcu a: 
«!fh n& 1m fcu aiu feu a: vAj »tu 
RU 3J dt^ fo\s d 
4i £ %u fJS wfo lu feu d 
joi nan ». wj nan Ijfritf nan 
Center of the earth nini t* flniAantf 
Centipede, n. fltmui % 

Central, a. $J Bljj WJ. naif •" Utfo fry naif 

Centralise, tr. «ti raw i4l nav 3W i<1 lv* ^ na*u 
Century, n. fcy d jbu a: !bu d 

Many centuries agolu nil) riou Haiti feu d an uift 
Half a century & fel d 
Cerac^ous, o. 4i fi tfhiKu: t«ru i& 



125 

Cerate, *. | fij ivrfto? tfo VI rfio fl* utt* 

Cereal, u. tufa i«fa fin »| <1 Vfalhi 0W1 

Cerebellum, n. mjoj riu iSfl stall fin 

Cerebral, a Jiy rdem jjw ftjjQf 

Cerebrum, *. Rjjo* fbulwnjfhutJU 

Ceremony, n. «i$r fi * 

Ceremonial, « an* mj RAW fn RTf «| 

Observe the ©ere- . . A * _ A , 

'monies flfl STJfl fnan*a W 1} fl*W *] 

Certain, tt. $1 U\l a^ Ftf It W JM 

Know for certain- YIJTLI Mil T» 

Be c. of something YflTt] miW lliu UjHlfl h " 

At a c. place u]\j uwAtl <4l IWC UW i& 

Certainly, acto. ^mj IM n^liri ml IflU MJU th. W *t 
Shall c. take van- ^ * < -, >o «^ 

geance for ** ** " n 1<y * «™ ir 

WH1 c. float a long M ^ ^ B oj ^WTU 

time ■ , 

Certainty, n. ami llli WW AlJUti £l 

Certificate.il. VllifflG fhvjll A3 '-'Itlgfio .fofj|&. * 

Certify, v. , v 6u*fi*TUt)u<SJ ill 3D* HRIlil <fc 

Certification, n. tlTJ ftflOlfoltlu <fr 

I hereby certify no ftllW^MJ miJfo fijl 

Cerumen, ». V* 9 ' * 

Cervical, a. uHa «B Vi?T«0 4* l8 OJ ♦ «0 

Cessation, *. itc*V*Su M XW mp 

Ceylon, n. IfVt tfJni 



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Chaff, ft. ffv u nmj n* ib ifatr 

Chaff, w. iftuStm j« tfu f n afo 

Chagrin, 9 . 'VfaTlita llfaftJita llfaotl'widiU 

Chagrin, n. rtn •A \tt ta WTM tioii tJfl uw U 

9 . Chain, u. W a *U uttt 0. »TU tl! 4l t«i ifa tiUl 

C. for the ankles nm \»a fljgu 

Throw into chains 4i*tW ffu tmi flTJ ^1 t«i WW 
Were put into - . * , *. 

chains *bJ flfl 4) S0U1J &$?U W 

Chair, n. lift 8 • . 

Vote to the chair nfe u fa & m ^n $ u it ] u ^JXU 

Chairman, n. £rf| yuft g^u ( tbmu ) lu HTS lIj^)j 

Chalice, n. ^on dftj.jljj t?i OJU 

Chalk, n, fin ro nm t>. tii fifti Uy a$ noi 

Chalky, a. 4i JJ afnwtfc $u ao hU3 

Challenge, v. ft\ yjhj n. nu i$ttj UTfiQi (ill riu 

ChAllenger, n. ^fc tfiltfan »gj uji nu 

Chamber, it'.- tfoi usu rfoi Wirpj tfal \u Y> ffy *{ 

Chamberlain, n. *v ? u 

Chainberiainship.n ifa mnj? up: ^Nv r» 

Chamber-maid, n. wtjj Aw «ftw UffU flrfjj Ruli" 
Legislative cham- , , . 

ge r mm tirpfcn jmrnj uwu fl\* 

Chameleon, «. m" fti rii 

Chamfer, v. 'idl'rtt Mfr) Su Ofcmu Vii tv in ru:rntt> 

Chamfer, n. tt In rijimu 



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Chamois; iv iffnaw en WUJ Btrtf QBU 

Champagne, w. m& #r idu 

Champion, n. ' ' ^& d &B iduTfi WVIJ \u nu irito 1i *| 

Chance, n. t«Bfl •CW tomw v. vb VI waBu 

By chance wo ft KB Ji*J »Cl5u TflU Vbr VQ1TW 

No chance UJ ft YDS Y! 

Take one's chance iffcj! Yi"KJ .JtllllR 

Whenever you have * v .. A ; mi v. ^ .» ; ni i « A ^ 
a chance U» YSIYUJJD Is U UBMiJB U CSBU»V«I 

Chancre, n. m ft ^ jjjfo ^ 3F) ^ w ^ f^ 

Chandelier, n. ^jj 3 ^j 

Chandler, n. ^ ^m WU ifaull -t!b m flTBJry 

Change, v. idaim Ull«n ffa mlai nan 

Change, n. ^^ Uf fa idfltm frit d^n ihl ViQU 

Change one's mind j-j^ \^ 

Change places U jfa lt ]^ u n ^ idfctm $ 

Change position tffl tftj fftnil $ * 

C. one's form «ft ttJM a J w jj 

C. one's clothing u? fo ffi ' t dftUU t fe Q fl j 

Changeable, «. fa jfo uib dtfU * tdtau lid«J 

Changeless, a. VlsS Jldl ttolUIItt diAjJ 'klaiA 

Changeably, adfv. tny fj^yi 'fcjjnfl 

Changeful, a. jjh K3U tfu Via) llli ifiw 

Channel, n. jqj w «TU U^ Sn f . J#l llfadll IBJ TOB JTJ 

Chant, v. fa Sm ihwofi; 



12$ 

Chantaburee, *. i$!M «ftiYllJ} 

Chaos, ». nnuymu mm Wtw im ifiu iti$ Hfnvi 

Chap, tt. 4 ffa ^ntf <im W yu ^ yjptftit itrffo 

Chap, v. !l3 itlu euw u«n itlu jtimj 

Chape&o, n. wun tlcnli rilti *3ti un wim p uift mm • 

Chapel? n. ^ Jjrjm In mj «Qfl tfeu TOU 

Chaplet, n. fr# gn tktfi WW flOfllj^ 

Chaperon, «. ^tu mh an ^tlifTfj ftol 

Chaperon, v. MKI rtlrif] ffiS pfU lini iiri flfHl ^W 

Chapter, n. WtyHfa flTttJ Wfl 

Character, w. tfftw tSft*M: fttay ptkfltflU 

Character,*. fhiffflf^ltJli JOU im: Itfitlu JfLtfnW UttN 

Characteristic, <l ifhfeKu; 4* tWKJ $!**« 

Intrepid Character Q*Wy nifl Wiry 






Charcoal, n 
Charge, tt. 



Charge, v. 



rWltf 



iV 



itn ri ffi ww mi mm mi 4 s^ti 8 nu ai 
tncij'li flu R* jnnnyu tfajRu Rmft^lfia 

ftfl 3TR1 fo» itn i§ fM Win fej w ii tfw 
^f wyp itfi ul Jta ftuir ijfi fin iranjittoii 



Customary charges fh wnnfctiai #1*04 ifiu fli rpn Dili itiu 

In his charges lifollu ^t ( lift *faj 

C. to the account of IttlM u^ Rn aurtll 

C with (a crime) ftm WB fel pn W1 iilif" 



129 

G. of gun powder tl»t firi {]u tfu f du 

Take c. o£( business) ftj nJ w ^ u yw duiXJ mi ifa 

Take c. of (office) m T^AtJu ^riniKj nil Utm 

Be in charge of 0$ lu flmi BttJ fyj 101 

Sundry charges aVlar^U *m *| Bl ifimwlfo 

Charged interest Rfl flOH iStJ 101 thjfi fitm tfili 

Criminal charges Wl Vl Jllu flTKi OWI 

False- charges ^OH^S 

Repeated charges di 4b UOll *] Mrtfu tfmti 

Give into charge of HDU tj^ tlfalfi Ufrlft'uri 

Charge d' affaires Oti^a 

Chargeable, q» Wl St fifl fii WUlftw R3J s: fot llw * 

Chariot, ft. an Wy £ »uft mft wW in son An www 

Charitable, a. V&lsftfwm 4l1s ft Is ynj 

Charity, n. *tw lajem mtu riftft fitbj £ Is itlu tnu 

M an of large c. ^ ^ *fttl *nn 
Sisters of charity %'tn« VH»W 



Charlatan, n. 
Charm, n. 
Charm, o. 
Charmer, n. 
Charming, a. 
Chart, n, 
Charter, n. 



f yn uq d (to tfto >bi iiwi 9\m joi. 
nti*njs\f t»u uW rtn $r Is 
Vfm tn Vti tau tfliif Vh ttfSfi Is 
^•fanuftnjsrf 4m iwjju/m tn 
4i itlu tfi Rr Is mi* Si . BU iWRuU 



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Charter, v. rvjt**J £ tfnjnjl NOti nsjtt&tS $ &W 1*01 

Charter party ttwftf ?fnjnn JWW l«fi HOJ ffb jj'tfh fttim 

Chase, y ^a $a W uj la my iijrjj vn 

Chase, n. mj 1» Rn *nu wbu njQti fifi fl*i/ 

Chaser, n. ^"Ir Sif) niu ^fifl *WU 

Chasm, n. - •jjon iW 

Chaste, a. 4l iftl «in miJJ^Sj W*TJ 4* itlu WJWJj^f 

Chastely, adv. lay tH^rvS uufia 

Chastity, n. wbj tBfjift ^m minflfi^emTf ATM tftfjiSlul* 

Chasten, ». ^Htiw lt£i?fi w*nti 

Chastise, v. j6tm ifiumw ftB"U Ifjy litm « 

Chastisable. «•. 4* «2 Mlfifc 

Chastisement, n. nu tfuwlnt) J^tm t\ 

Chastiser, «. f^RmAnu ifltmttf* Ati WfiTtJ 

Chat, t\ flumn jw ^i outj pu $u rfu 

Chattel, rt. i<i *0J HSJtJH $H UBl> 

Chatter, v. flu su ww njrwu i^n 8; *u fij Ijj inii 

. Chatterbox, n. i#*n flfl ttjl 1»&B i^ $ RU ga 111 lfti ««: wy a 

Cheap, a. 4* £ n*n pn $ n*n uou 

Cheapen, v. tf» llfjfi IH tfi Itfaim fin 

Cheaply «wte. t*u nen pn tfrtj $n \fiv\u uw 

Cheat, n nu «fo ifn tmn 

Cb«at,* *& ^tw Vhfvaitt)«id&. 



Cheatee, n. 

Cheat a creditor 

Notorious cheat 
Check 1 
Cheque J 
Check, v. 

Check -book, n. 

Check-mate, v. 

Checkerboard, n. 

Cheek, n. 

Cheek boae 

Cheer, n. 

Give three cheers 

Cheerful, q. 



131 

m yn dfe ^ifoj i«j pn tfft won 

fm $ do otju ion mi tfc oyu iro 

w^in In m *m flu 

mj iflu twin j f n «m yi 

nsiflTu urn iilu sd m ita isiu v&nn 



"ft 



*& 



ns^n utftj 

mj Ivk Jtw r. vfi ltfa)u ft tvi fo? 

4i ifa &a Qu a 4s mSn iwluh 



C. countenance tftfi wi u^U Iff Will In ifr $li U1U 

Cheerfulness, n. BTJUnrtu UTU flTOi ifln UTU 

Cheerless, a. fm dnfWH RTN Tivtta yi vi$i iflifo 

Cheery, a. & ^9\U fai R7BJ $U U tm Bfiftlrf! 

deeriiy, adv. *tf!U djWin 373J fttJtl Mf! 

Cheese, n. ruu im 

Cheese-cloth, n. cJltdw iSo ViUTtJ Vfofo'lfcu mt) irfl " 

Chef, n. FW tfl Rf3 tfi Vr41 k flU Vh ftfi 

Chemist, n. TI"W 'SlU'lO) \tt tlTJ Uisn T^Q tfcail TTf 

CL . mistry, n. ^Tl KanuWHW W RO f?Tl Htm Wf» d*:tW flfi 

Chtvnical, a. HW fllj. iidl dta tksru tip 



1*8 

Cherish,*. itnH tll^jn tmeu ffwiTjfliMl 

Cheroot, n. ytfa urflaai jfa wj nfftflu nil tlftiu 

Chess, n. twm3 t n 

Chessboard, ti ncmuuta wjin fp 

Chessmen, n, A WJTn if) 

Chesty. $11 • WtfQO 

Chevaax-de-frise.nTiTin twui 

C&er, ». lS<u? 

Chibouk, n. nifoi puin hdj -btj unn pjfi 

Chicane,- A. rWili^pU n« ptTKJ 

Chicanery, «. TTff ftna^tnu 

Chick, I „„ ^J 

Chicken,)*' § nln 

Chicken coop.. ilSiln 911 wou In 
Chicken roost Rfmltffilri WX 

Ijr S^rn filar 

Ihmm thi $bs\ 

w will iihi tJjrsTu a. 4j idulwnj $uilu-foiil» 

tfiuwn 
tm*Hmj wra un 

Must be the chief of ft* ulu tknu iliu tfi wJl 1 w 
Chiefly, <wfo .ttlufah WiS* tmi JJin 



(jhicken-pex, n. 
Chide, v. Chid, 

Chidden 
Chief, nl 

Chief district 

Chief Inspector 
Comniander-in- 

Chief ^ 
Chief of Staff 

Chief Justice 



Chieftain, ft. 
Chieftancy, n. 
Chieagmai, n. 
Chilblain, n. 
Child, Children, n 
Adopted child 
Clnldhood, n. 
Childbirth, n. 
Childbed, n. 
With child 
Childish, a. 
Childishness, n. 
Childless, a. 
Childlike, a. 
Children, % 

Chill, a. 

Chilliness, n. 

Chill, v. 

Chilly, a. 

Chime, v. 

Chime, n. 

Chimney, n. 

Chimney sweep, 

Chimpanzee, *»,■: 



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tntif^j lnuntw-Mi 
fruivm* utk $ftf5 *nfr 

Ijr ifio nwn tmi $n wvri am 
^n ywiBwmu ilfn n 

win stf idu i$n • tny ti5 «nf 

i ww #u iffou aw »5S 
itlu vaSu 4i vn fc f)n Taj Ify w 

wtm iCion idu wtu flfa ifit afo ifi 

Fife i*0 RfU ffi •ftA'J' 

taft ijn *j l^itlu ifow i*u* w«rt tar* 

weft aanw . tl»m fl& Itl 
*u raw iliim^iuTfl 



- Chin, n. ifi *•* PTW tl»iu ATI 

China, n. tfew« W 

Chinaware, n. irjbi tfajTOJ RTU RJTiJ 

Chinaman, n. Fm 4u l$n 

Chinese, a. uw mR 4\4 4i iliu -PM $%1 

Chinese food . irifo* im win* rib i«3l 3u 

Chinese temple ffIA ivi 

Chinese stove QUA 
Chinese theatre « 

Chink, n. %. JGU fiu JtW uflfl Sla ilfn •) 

Chints, n. eft H»XI UQ« cJl fion ©tnwroXlJ ifiotilf IWfl 

Chip, n. Wlfflsl' .iltffo $U 

Chip, v. tnfHtlufa - )' Vhltfithmn 

Chirp, v. ih ifcttf cuit an un Jw 

Chisel, n. lldfo «m> fa T. fflfft fej fa Irf'fa 

Chisel, flat iw8fn im> iUilk fa uuu 

„ , crosscut *^» W* 

„ , caulking HT?>i waft W& 

Chloral *. ttT&& fluft UW AUDI Itfrf & Htm wfe 
Chlorate of potas- ^^ ^.^^ fttfitlu „ ilf T mf i) 

Chloroiorm, n. tn RSJ ItfimtJ ». Itf «J UHMl UlJdii 

.Chlorodyne, w. tntfmtlfm wf »j ^fctf 

Choice, n. mnltm ' iufcarflrt ttw^uotiW 

Choir, n. mn+i!nnfojifMw\kir0fn* 



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^uly ilU CtonoTSf ifilittltiiRi 

ofta wmstjR ^* 

iSon <f\ ion tfn iton 

iftj rffc ». rnj iftj itlu litro iSfn •) 

tw itfi uni t« m-Rj i+i uni 

im 6 ;nu iin tfi ^ 4i tkjnu? ft uft 
ifio ifu won uw djuwx vS ah 
rnj ftw ttf w feu ifcj j ffa fo* itlu ifow i faalU 
Oflw* iw Choose, ifonliujfi 

liftfj fa Itfo^o lu nai & 6a 
rfW owi W 

mm It^tJsrwcjfS mui rftarfflimn 

rtfti *k jjfflTW an itlu &wf uw wrciuy 

& ^ soar feiflu aam itlu fothagw w tijiitff 

fl rnw Wctiiu ft ^* 

foSaft *fcuiu 



Choke, «. 

Cholera, ». 
Choose, v. Chose, 

Chosen 
Chop, v. 

Chophouse, n. 

Chopper, n. 

Chop-sticks, n. 

Chopping block 

^Chorea, n, 

Chore, w. % 

Chorion, n. 

Chorus, to. 

Chose, t;. 

Christ, n. 

Christen, v. 

Christendom, n. 

Christian, n. 

Christianity, n* 

Christianize, v. 

Christianly, adv. 

Christmas, n, 

Chromo, n> 

Chronic, a. 

Chronometer, n. 



136 

Chuck,"* i Vhifojj^n^oyTilmltjn^n ^smldltf' slrf'Hv 

Chum, n. 4 iwou D^ tfcl l$\MZ rm ' awn \u \u ihiu 

Church, n. ffjiu tbyjj u3Jnms WJtl4l "fore 

Church, n. (as a > ~ / « • 

bodyofmeri) ««"¥«KlfaMI 

Churchyard, to. fluijj jou 'fau 
The church's com- ,_ , 

mandments W3: « ^ «* w * *** 

nth i\jori nmi *»u iA ( **8\4 in ujj aa ) 
owu fl ataiu itlu Ji ura *b*u tfi pfii *iin pw 

JtKJ U«» ltl\4 50U JAWfl Klfi 

ywHrnSa yt&nj:fnfl 

tlttJ HU SI) liW «im Ml 

itlaon ltf<atei wiw l^idvi sn urf l^ 
tviulvl §nl*l aru fiti 



Churn, v 

Chyme, n. 

Cicatrix, n 

Cigar, n. 

Cigar case 

Cigarette, n. 

Ciliary, a. 

Cinchona, n. 
Cinder, to. 
Cinnamon, n. 
Cipher, to. 
Cipher, v. 
Circle, n. 
Circle, v* 
Circuit, w. 
Circuitous, «. 



anau tiaon. tlTwvroi 

1TB ifa.SOtJ *Al 3DU UW W& 

4i dlmliJ du w 4i1ij Willi rot ut 

C&rcuitonsly, adv. Ifflj dfejj fffcjj tmj rh ifa 3 
Circular, o. 4l WWJ itkl » 111 ii4$ fiTlU U-in tfcllJ 



i37 
Circulate, v., iiitilll in uauldt^tl^ 

Circulating-pump jl) ifi i3u i4i ttjfo 
Circulation, n. mjlwa uwtafto «Wlw» 7U fruultl 
C. of the blood film vftafieTUa w v& rnw 
Circumcise, v. i^ nuu 

Circumcision, n. mj ft flR i#i Ktfo ms Jli ^» rife 
Circumference, n. UQti JGU M 11 W UQH 
Circumnavigate, v. liiiu it) IflU JOU 
Circumlocution, n. n* ^ffi tfcjJ «ftl4 €f» VQ 

Circumnavigator^ ^iftu 3fl U««JU JOU 
Circumnavigation, R fl W 

n. 
Circumrotate, t>. ; n^ltftfilJ JOti 3U JQU *) 

Circumscribe, v. rlWfo VtfitJ JOL ti fifftl llwun 

Circumspect, a. $j fl MttJ Jtft tfltl JOU tffa 

Circumspectly^ a(fc.^n\j ft'.irtffui irfc lifamj *?} 

Circumstance, n. «Ri iw$ it^ n'tfrfl ib uou 

Circus, n. «r; ynliJ urn 1u $ ihi •) fl ffm iiii* n* 

Cittern, n. UO *ft %6ftu 

Citadel, n. tfojj m(S« $01 

Citation, n. rr« ^ 6 Witt fcm 

Cite, «. #fo «h nil tj 101 ^u jv wtkj ftun if} 

Citizen, 1%. nyjJJTOtHu 1TJ liiw MA lifoj 

Citron, it, jn uuia untcnyi 

City, a. ifio* ifeifiw 





138 


CHy wall, n. 


tfi urn iflw 


Civet-cat, n. 


«kjj« 


CSvic, a. 


iiwnwjp 


Civil, a. 


ww w?» i£'Q! $ 6 tfaonlflu ft urn 


Civilian, it. 


?va flou 


Civil ease 


R31« WW 


Civil officials 


i*1 mnu diu w»ifrm 


Civil governor 


^fn*n ijjai nj jjrny 


Civil court 


ma urn 


Civilization,^. 


L tkiviw su 


Civilize, v. 


id^yu wjJt(iii3J liftkitj fcuidtti auudiririH^u 


Civilly, «dv. 


tmj fi'hn mjufou u"oj njjwNTy im? mujuw 


Clad, v. 


I Cfotto. 


Claim, v. 


Jam Jfw im <itwwj t^wtn 


Claim, n. 


o*i im vi *: iii fiuti lenlfffc ^i w inrU* 


Claim of money. 


iJiihj. mjfcntnflu" 


Clammy, a. 


& ijfu Wtlfj "J 


Clamor, n. 


mj ftwrJilj. ifortfojoY 


Clamor, v. 


ftw iili fa* uKa iS !bi ifai j his 


Clamp, n. 


mi i w fhttffc m&h rite -fin no j ito *) mi ii« 


Clamp, v. 


(ItilMfci iiu «« titj m rift mi un 


Clan, n. 


i^omu Mtpfm 


Clannish, o. 


4jfauVuthiJw*ifit»a 



139 

Clansman, n. «jtq u«j ru uA &Vi Rulu W»'fitl(iltoJ 

Clap, v. w WU 

Clap, n. nu WU 3J0 ifall fiatTltJ 

Clapper, n, £>»tj |n iR* jrfi 

Clap the bands nu {jQ .-*\ 

Claret, n. iW^ u«J iVtfft UfUlia 

Clarify, v. Vh Itf la Itf froin i$m rift nau ' 

Clarifier, n. %ti\ tfta Si ^i ifo; riffU 

Clarineation, n. mj •&> ^VJ«« nfi l4tH fill llfarGT* 

CUsh, v. Xr\u nu *fa fiu njanu 

Clasp, n. mu j 0. Ita arm y ' 

Clasp knife Jjfl ifa Wj 

Clasp of a girdle mi tffc , 
Clasp each other's * * a „ «* 

hands flwfiollftUlWSlHl 

Class, n. tmun nQn ■& tlhftim 

Class, v. <fo uun xtlu irito 4<T A 

Class-mate, n. itau tlh&M ^1 By A ifcll ffa 

Low class; MHHrai lh4l 16UM 

Classification. *. tVU ^fe i<fi A iti Win 

Classify, v. ■»> ithi' wy uhi A liv <) fill 4ii uhi inn. 

Clatter, o. Hh$Wftftrin 

Clattering noise iflll* on fffl 

Clavicle, n. nfcjnWk ft 

Clause, n. JJ1«n *?Q UJfl 



*Claw, n. 


140 

Au ftu tint %$i fcu tffof 


Claw, v. 


im %tu riftj il(ti 


Clay, n. 


fiU liuCkjrv 


Clean, a. 


17011) 4* WJJfi JJU fist 


Clean, v. 


tint yfaft hit l^«rtnf» 


Cleaning rod 


iW ttu 


^Qlea n8e » v - 


Vltfl ^W *D>I p 


Cleanly, adv. 
Clear, a. 


tmj film tffnfo Dthi arma 

Is lar mill ii«uju43 , elwl* iili* 


Clear for a road 


mutlutw.tiuu 



Cleor the jungle or „ 

forest WlWtnilW 

Clearing, n. ?)U V tth fi ATI fWUlft 

Clear (to cut down) fill til ff^l JDU WW ill 

Clearly, adv. • t«l ih nil fnlfc imUJ«to 

See clearly itfumft itfu^fl lt(u tfc^mHi^J 

Point out clearly % u«U llMl ta ifo W 

To be clear of faulta \1 £ ifalQ i»U 

To clear one's self «n 43 JQf» V* ttlSm rfl *m WU 

Clearness, n. RT&J *: 4i4J FITW4 ^ RT»4 Iff fttn* 

* Cleave, v. mfan Jto uuu mx lia (to ivAw mm 

Cleft, *. jou mw ion 

Cleft palate mum thn" uwi 

Clemency, RTWfUJUl 



Clemently, ado. 
Clench, v. 
Clergy, n. 
Clergyman, n. 
Clerk, n. 
Clever, d. 
Cleverly, adv. 
Cleverness, n. 
Client, n. 
Cliff, n. 
Climate, n. 
Climate of a plac 
Climatology, n. 
Climax, n. 
Climb, v. 
Climbable, a. 
Climber, n. 
Clinch, n. 
Clinch, v. 
Cling, v. Clung 
Clip, v. 
Clipping, n. 
Cloak, w. 
Cloak/ v. , 



141 

tfitAaJ rraf) 4u tfrtilj} i'fej T3fi 
tfi fli fin uilu ill i)o tmu 

p*u d jjq f\ am* ran tfj *u iai 

\f\M R«m lifl»3 d £io ft 

fitoj aai* 

y mi yj ifa Sou hi iflu tn 
inn tnrnn urii niti» If) 

Tkn aw Dim* *>bi aw tnmf! 

iu naften a:rmi wly 

& wb •»: tlu iiiAr' wb mj s: ihulrt' 

tli rliflu riwift 

tftj ifajn:lro i&i&j ifoj rclrmiiuifMu uti: 
nu *ftj itfei pfoi «:!tu mo ? $ tffo oan 



142 

Cloak room tffcj ttmb dm Jta riij wu ua inn ffii vwtj 

Clock, a. vflm utfm «1 

One o'clock (day) uVlltf tfojlW ttUJ 

Que o'clock (night) |*& mi 

Dial of a clock will Uiftrn 

Hands of a clock An vrftrn 

Clod, w. tfen ?hl 

Clog, if. ^A^fif\Ar\ imrfiflrm roi 

Clog, n. &* $ fta '6 fin itfw *QJ i^l tli rffoliTfiui 

Close, v. dn ifoiAi' <b <ii\& 

Close out Mfwl iw un iSn nu 

Close with timj an w mj win ww 

Close the eyes Wffti Wi <fo «*! 

Close to . *fi Hw Inift to 

Close box fa ^ Clfi flfl aftolfl' 

CloM-'fnefld .. *tom frfto amy 6 trthi 

Close-grained, a. ifio UUU (-ijf» ifal Vlhl -J ) 

Close air omvi ou otto* »ti ifa 

Close quarters $ tfb uflu I lOufi til) 

Close, a. 4i-m0tnatKi W iftw 

Closely, mto. Xmmt tmiVufrfar 

Closet, ?>. 4bt iln teiian itei lib 

Closet, «. rtl'UlWrfbfjfti 



148 

Closure, n. fra flfi m iftn lifclt] 

Clot, n. iaAaftf) tafl* »« iA idu ifou 

Clefyv iribduto taftflulj 

Cloth, n. eJi 

Tablecloth eftfl^lAfe eh {Hfe 

Altar cloth eJl^lilfM 

Sailcloth eft til It! eft 111 

Printed cloth eft mn eft *T.U 

Emery cloth eft WIU rfl 

• £ ra88 " or eft Yinu fh ifo ifiBi wfoj 

Clothe, v. Clothed ^ ^ Q ft W1 ^q tfj \,f ufc niy M* 

or Clad A , , 

Clothes, n. WO eft 1RJOJ 11W flTU }W WJ 

Clothes-brush, n. udw tin l&O 

Clothes-line, w. JT3 mn mo eft JT3 0m eft 

Clothes-basket, n. fWWfl ifiti eft WOU IVtt 1 
Clothing ( in gene- ^ ^ ^ Jfe ^ ^ 

Clothier, n. ^Vh lira TRI $ sfa i9u IwQ 

Cloud, n. i)47l 

Cloudy,. ^ 4j $ ora jjtti 4J'ri5 4* du ma 

Cloud, v. fin jft mrz iw* 

Cloudiness, tl. HTOJ fif) F&N IHTC ttrt R2TU lK UJ* 

Cloud of smoke flfa idvi n$U 

Cloudy sky ^DJ & BT$W trttt6t) BtJ fifl ffcj «fi Oj) 

Cloudless, a 44^Ui ill u«* 4*1* nsvn 



* 


144* 


X Clove, n. 


mu wg mi fitj 


> Clove oil 


ifi uu niuw$ 


Cloven footed 


4j iVh itk «ro«mn am nu fi 55 itk tfii fowl 


^ Clown, n. 


Fm !*an 


X Clownish, a. 


*«j jj film nan 4nriu nan 


Club.n. 


nu at jjwj 6 ^ t^u Ttfroajw 


Club-foot, n. 


iVh «o r^i efa ivri m:uon 


Club-house, n. 


atjjas awu 


Club-room, n. 


ifej Ivj attars ttvm 


V Clump, n. 


flQ ^34 


^ Clump of bamboo 


> nolei fiAci 


X Clump of trees 


iw 


X Clumsy, a. 


4/lii *a'TUicii 


X Clumsily, adv. 


1*11 ATfOfBI 


Clung, v. 


ofcfl IfW CTtftpr. 


K Cluster, n. 


^s fni 9Jn itlu wa jTw iilu iio 


Clutch, v. 
» 


<b lay uuu ni Iftmu fiti uuu . 


Clutch, n. 


rtoj imu rnAt riifto 


Clutter, n t 


lfojJ}UTKJ flJBJ^UTIti 


^ Clyster, n. 


V) JTCU KIT! 1S7IJ win , 


Coach, it. 


re f otin ft fflmw ifta tffi 


Coach -box, n. 


fl lira rcifi 


X Coachman, n _ 


win arrcfl au tffc hi. 


Coact, v. 


Vh nt rffo n u 



t 



Coadjutor, n. 

Coagulate, v. 

Coagulation, n. 
>r Coal, n. 
> Coal pit 
x Coal, v. 
V Coal bunker 

CoaUoil, n. 

Coal-tar, n. 
v Coarse, a. 
\ Coarseness, w. 

Coalesce, v. 

Coast', n. 

Coast-guard, n. 

Coaster, n... 

Coat, n. 

Coat, v. 

Coating, n. 

Coax, v. 

Cob, n. 

Corn cob 

Cobbler, n. 
K Cobra, n. 

Cobweb, #. 



145 

dtj tu lift nu ii^i t«fi iiiu iu 

rim flu 

tio^n riiu flu 

iwiltfidu tiiu tJli^i fiiu flu tmijn riiu 

^ fhu flu 

ift aw dfltinjite \fi mi fhn 

MTJJ All) flTBJ JflOJ RTti 

»34 i4l dii ou ipm Ina hn i«fi idu iflmltar' 
& ina my m» v. uau i^yu & 
i^i m$ wm wui 8* yiia not w:uu tnti w* . 
fiitki ^i uiiv laiiu & ^t8u fa itou & 
JfoiiuuGn ulfon, 

iraj iSo flia t^J l^J tfHl idfofl 

ti fi V^t^J tflo Til 

*03u mu u"h ill 

il rlii du fiu ttftio diiiiNi 

au iIojj uifM jo: nfl 

h hum lu uuai 14^J 



** 


*. .... . 

146 


۩ccyx, n. 


dma uw fH:^n ifa vuft njri^i n*u nu 


Cock, n, 


In $ft $~ vjn ifti Cm fion in 


>Coek fighting 


■rvajBulri 


V £o«tkcrow, v. 


In i*u uailri iU 


>Cockatoo, n. 


un njrw 


XCock a gun 


Jijuntiu 


\ Cuctfroaeh, n. 


una* aiu 


Year of the cpek 


dnni 


^ Coclcacomb, n. 


weulri 


^C. (flower) 


fJQfl WOU W> 


XCockifpur, n. - 


iltatAri 


JMUocoanui, 7*. 


W« iCwfft 


is Cocoanut oil 


u* jiii urwfa 


^Cocoanut milk 


wi njtfl 


VCocoanut water 


tfi arwft 


^ Cocoanut grater 


nirsJiu jfi Hatfb 


\ Cocoanut seive 


nmou 


Cocoanut tree 


fiflt jjrwha 


Cocoanut leaves 


YTHJJ^tfn 


Cocoon, n. 


ft kAhu tumm fin *| filt un»j J^J 


Cod, n. 


dm fKruwAi 


Cod*liver, n. 


lib .dm *0n Sou 


Cod liver oil 


\fi j& ^m iSti dioftakwTu utfamAift 


* Code, n. 


wifwrrfiimr mfifajRgnuiu jwfn|r« 



147 

Penal code, n. ffattfu: Tfltt ( lu OTCljl WW ) 

Coerce, r. fa \$-fa i u fa\$ tiJftti fo%i l5iun 

Coexist, v. £ Bjj lu $ l?)U3 uft: tfM flfoiJ fm 

Coflfee, n. fiTttfl 

Coffee-pot, n. m ill mil*! 

Coffee-mill, n. tiJ till niu»l 

Coffer, w. m xmy ihi ftti iftu mi 

Coffin, ». Wi>. uny twl^ 

Cog, «. idm snj 

Cog r wheel, n. <flJ lllm , 

Cogitate, v. ffl WO J Sfl ml WW • 

Cogitation, «. nu ul w WW flisft $ ^: 8« w WW ,. 

Cognizance, n. Fimi £ Eb\m Yl fhlJfl4T «?"Q4 

Cognizant, a. 4l % iSu ffou 4t£j b'tW f it^U fal. 

Cognize, v. £ itfa tta"8wTlK 

Cohabit, v. flu 0{j faj ffu< illu «l6 niKJI 

Cohabitation, n. fin *fol i**(i WJIfl 

Coherent, a. 4* fi« ffu 4l iV>UW UUli fal tlu 

Coherently, adv. W filttt w(to3 &* Alilu 

Cohesion, n. WW f « M&n imu 

Cohesiveness, n. BTW ivAw Bra fjfl fa 

Cohort n T1W nOJYWtttfoorfto&oo BU fty 

Leader of ■uiohortujjneJ 



^ 


148 


Coil, v. 


** B^ llw 


Coil, ft. 


ifo ifoithu A*\m is in 


Coin, n. 


(hi smW'4o intj 


Coining press 


iWQj pi fiu wn 


X" Coin of tbe realm 


flu wi uw utiufcu 


Qoiuage, n. 


• nuvisQiJ wsio Uuwi 


Coit»er, f». 


111 fi*« Du 


Coincide, v. 


tfm ffu mj n*U wjr riu ^ ; 


Cdke, ». 


dm icji rim flu ten 


Cold, a. 


iflu WUTQ WlliflU 


Coldly, adtr. 


^ayfilsjiKiJiftu 


Coldness, n 


frtTU i8u MTXJ W4TJ 


V Cold (in the heac 


l)V*ft tttrfl 


Cold season, n. 


t]{WUT3 


Cold towards 


mu #u ttu ifcu nun rftj 


Colic, n. 


ami }n ifaii i^u yi 


Colicky, o. 


4} idu »«au tfa* *n 


To bare colic 


Aw ith/tja 5p tmu 


Collapse, v. 


tfc m j(1i njiti nfittj mffi «t 


Collar, n. 


mo Jo ilaon tfanftifto 


* Collar b*o4 


tlaon no 


K Collar bones • 


ncftvUttil 


Collar, ». 


<fofc*D mu tlnen w 


Colleague, n. 


^"itk i^oti rfu ifau irrrwi»W' 



>5f 

149 
Collect, <& irftj iilfo uiu iftu uf jj ruwj nu nu 

eollectafl, ^ 4: frta iSfu ifeou Vli^ r«u fin 1* tkj «] 

Collection, n. flQft HQ1 nu jwfr &m rra nu liy^ $m $ 

Co* celestial things nQ^ ft L dv lAlf 

Collector.*. £tf(ti flu $«tj mi W 

Bilkcollector, ft. mfiiju ifitJ flu 
College *, >i5JlR$i 

King's College, n. rre'fcwial) 
Medical College m utmtntfii 
Collide, ». tfiii tiu nmnu nlj njru>in unn 

Collision, n. nu ncutin nU nsintj nu tljm: riu 

Come into collision t|jm: TTU mmu ffa 

Collier, ». 

Colliery, n. 

Qoiloqnial, a. 

Collude, «. 

Collusion, *. 

Coilyrium, n. 

Cologne, n. 

Colon, *. 

Colonel, n. 

Colonize, v. 

Colony, n. 



*« ? ,™ 

otht urutmi nXi i-iu in? naift ty u 

?lf» itiulrf'An riu hu £rtijj au ft* itJulif 

iv*fl iftynp n« 8 a «toj au lu r>v *fc 

tn twa* m 

di hoxj nun w& 

ihu tanj utli ifi V* watm own uti 

WW iifii ion 

111 f& thll Iftti lu tkiYI* Ina 

fiy *u 4 itf itlu nuip $u nnili flra dn ww 



160 

Colonnade,**. tt t»4iriJ|»l UllilW * lIS W'W m 

Color or colour, n. % w ^ ^ £ fltt, llhl ft vnft 
Coloration, n m \$$ mufton * ft llMf ffU- 

Colored people «, mftflW fiQ)Wi&rtl. 
Colorless, a. ^ £ fc ifo tbwm ft 

Regimental colore w ^ m gjj WR 
The King's colore _ .xi 

(Bag) " « V»W »« 

Color-blind, a. $, ^ in „ * ^ ^ 

Color -bearer, n. y,^ « w 
Of divers colori ft ft »-rj «■« *| 
Colt, *. jn tfi 

Column, n mT ljn jfo r 

Column (of troops) u 0li hq\i wftjum wil 
Column(of a paper) ,fc, <j m ^ WJJ1U m ^ 
Column (of figures) j««d 4 tn fAl UTO.vAj 
Boundary column t $p i«tw un\4 

C©mb, n. tfi nt & wou nwlti 

Comb, v. tfi WJ 16 

Combat, n. mj Jt | f OU1I U& MS 

Combat, v. jtJ ft «0 ^ffa " 

Single combat ^ffU m fio FM 

Combatant, n # f^jf- ^JU 

Combative, a. 4l fi fllmj flfi f 4* tfh ^JJ rflfW ^-fil 

Combination, n. mji+iffu minurilU'ft 



151 



Combine, •. 


•tfiltf'i'fMi tkmj riu i«ft liftmntfa 


Combinable, a. 


hn $ *: tfenmi rii rvU lit 4j rm fifoltf" 


Combing, it. 


mi tft nil Vfoft 


Combustion, n. 


rra $n iilu itl«i^ti4 


Combustible, a. 


4i VWWhu i 4* ^n ifluW 


Combustible, n. 


itw^futlulilVhu-i 


Come, v. Came, 
Come 


041 ifto *nu« TJjTng 


Come to pass 


itlu 111 -ojl ■ jji 


Come again 


jjionfi wilwi 


Come in 


rfVw 


Come on ! 


im «n $ in tfta to rni ' 



ifiitin: 



Come out I OTflUI 

It has come to this • W K * . 
because ttlu U^WIlt 1 

To come up with tfu rm 

To c. to one's self £#mn fiuljt £afl *U Wttf' 

Comedian, n. 'inn DM W»n * 



Comedy, n. 
Comely, a. 
Comeliness, n. 
Comer, ». 
New comer 
Comet, *. 
Comfort, t . 
Comfort, «» 



»w wan 

4in»j mj mu urn jj in ra 

trowr.. 

rfftnw tkoti tbaih ttatim 



152 

Comfortable, «. mfRj 4l £ $ flu B{) tI5tyClf 
Comfortably, adv. fjyu jm"WJ tflfl ftUTU . 
Comforter, n. $"iriltllU ^tlaouttTO 

Comfortless, a. 4t tlriflvm mtu mj-Rj 4i tim i^nj \n 

Comic, a. 4* Ul W UX to W«n 

Comma, n. fijJW^wl fi ( > ) RQ VttJTU EJfl tJflW • 4f HX 

Command, v. tljriu fft tiftjm £ fl'lftr ' flfa • 

In c. of fort tMj mj lu tioil tlhjTI flU \u ttfiU 

Command,, n. Rl tftftU tfl Sri 

Commander, n. $"*ft ^rflffcl f tihpn TVH Tfltlflmtm $"«BKJ 

Co S nder " ip ' f *^ niJ ™ V wu * mi 

Commandment, w. ft & ufunfll KB t&ftj 
Keep the com- H * . * * a 

mandment UllWOJ fia -0*» ttB flfl 

Commemorate,' v. Ijfaita ^ Rjjn As tfifi1«|n 
Commemo*ation,ti* n'TJ Itfatlu ^l Knn 
Commemorafele, a. $j R3J id\4 $ S3]n tKl R3 Vh TTB Itfjn 
Commence, v. <t] Vfo «I ftp Vh 0§ ffa &J til 

C. the working 4fj tfl mr HI fio tfl flTJ 
Commencement, w. mi iwn iS^i fa JWH tlrcmflCto tin tihfau 
In the c. lu vm iun iftu uu lu tlsroJ ito ifej ' 

Commend, v. muftcij TO Jm^Uti 3400^1^* 

Commendable, a. 4l flS*C IN i: JWJiflnj 
Commendation, n. DU TO lUti fill tin .WW 



153 
Commendably,a<£v. \m j^jrj ^; yn tiOI TfJJ IUU 

Comment, n. -frB jijjttn R ^ 1y fa $ ^y W W 

Commentary, n. vilftffO WJItUI ATTN fftj In lu $"01 fill •) f&O 

Commerce., n. frs w^fuj^j foi #j mj fft 
Commercial aeao- fc 

ciation W7TI ill Vpi TTU ttJ TTB wl TKJ 

Comminute, v. fa \fafa w tf, lt ] u ^ 

Comminution, w. n -|j iinn it J u viBUi^n •) ( Am flKJjn tlu ) 

Commiserate, V. faw RTftj WliM lid R3TJJ fl^On 

Commissariat, n. fj Q j yiwg 91 jjrjfjw i4l Wllfirw flDT JClfiut 

Commissary, n. <tf\ mw 

Commission, n. anpjTtfoj «l UTSJ VttJi R1 wl $Q 

Commissioner, «. *h WIMI IKIfll 

Commission, v. MOultfah ItftlTUYlU ' "fr^T Ufl 
Royal Commis- ^ % 1 

sioner,*. VWWlWJ| 
Special convmis- «. „ 

sioner i1w»»*l«» 
Commissioned „ ., . 

officer . WUWWlKgn|TUW 

Commit, v. nctff wk UBUipU' frflrwltf • Jmlf 

C. to memory ,j w ^ u m\tiiin illlil 1105 fain 

Commit to prison 4, ^ n • ^ ^ ^flth** 

Commitment, «. niJ jjbu ^ ^ aY iU mjlffJ: llri 

Committee, «. niJU WTtlifin TW3WTB 

Commodore, n. UKJNft fill <im 

Common, a. RT5JUJ TOJfn ft f) iSAtJ 4l idli tllU n»W 



154 
Common, n. ty fruTH nail y ftuiftj 

Common thing, «. ^qj u« 4* irfu ffttlfrlj fa i*n 
Have no common « , ., A >« . * • ♦. 

• sense Ujymmfen la s Fmmww raJaj 

Common people l^w* J1WJJ fifi litat 

House of Commons fo t J,^ ^»Ju tfi Viu*i liw JTWJJ 

Commonly, <uto. t^y iR ^, Xl OQ*J lllu tioti *| 

It U c. said imtitfy ii iti h tiou *) iti ii n*U tf5 *\%1 

In common ^ ffa 3W n *ii J»J 1* ffa 

Commons, ». walw nwp 

Commotion, n. rjn un ri wu flTIU ]U m ftr&i $n nc$n 

Communicate, v. tionl^f twftiu UDfl ftD (\l-rtU 

Communication, n. ItJ U^J flT&4 nu « W MT3 fll fiu - 

Communicable, a. 4l nu UQn «Q •] ttf fa nu 

Communion, n. nu 6o fl«£J)n \u *mi JJJfUl UW llClUf fftfllf 

Community, n. f^ JUMJJ ■* W^ fU VkUbfl W 

Compact, a. 4* nil «N i+i Tfrlfal ffo OUT! MW 

Compact,v. nurfiuuu 

Compact, n. 4h|np<jmu iAi nu rliftl nu 

Comgactfy, adv. tlltt iniu frito T#KJ to fiu S«tl miu lA 

Companion, ft. . 4&TO JITOU flwiWKJ IHUQ 

Companion-way,*!. tJltlfi ifotl ill ftAl 

Companionable, a. tfU ftV tftlVjl lllu fWiy *U itlu iftem 

Company, n. *wh* inn ttom ftrnfetj mrrflipiiifo tfftyi 
Limited company tBWVi |u 41 fffr 



155 

Company drill tffo um n!H fou 

Compare, v. idttJLI rftotJ fffl» AQU ifajU tlTU 

Comparable, ct. 4i BW -s: Wtiulfl' ffN vi «*: itlluu 

C. to something fjiltiil BtJtljJ 

a **" ng Wlth sou auu mu nU itfi ifnu ifcw till 8 

another « 

Comparison, n. nTJ llllutJ l$l)U ffu m? llfl pfWJCU 

Beyond comparison mi y\ llllutJ 5J W JViSo 6 **: iVltJtJ i$UJJ llfr* 

Compartment, n. tfb! vmj fl)U WVW mil W"W Win 

Compass, n. fiU VI ifolAmj 5011 IJQU &U ifiu 0€T l3»*J%lrt 

Compass, v. t »*QJJ 10& JQU 

Compasses (of pair) a iftjvi irIqj w film 

Compassiou, n. Fimi A\i% ffifCS fftlJfl dr»U 

Compassion, v. IWUI ft PUIS-i n^CUl 

Compassionate, a. hi ti Rmi lOUfl 3Jin ") 

Have compassion «U 3J R713J tJjTU ifill 

Compassionately, ^ i ^ 

Compatible, a. 4l tm 0^ W *foj mi hi fill m4 

Compendium, n. WIT! naiHFltJ <UQ n»T3 ffU *| 

Compel, v. tJwj inwd liu iu $14 Iwrh i jj ife 

Compellable, a. hi 01^ «K «B3J foV" 

Conapeller, n* ^ w *BU tlSfftj ^ 1«f thim tfjRU 

Compelled to ifeHiU M3J «mdtt <") 0M 

C. to be silent ifoi <V-U to 05/ <h«mto 

Compendious, a. hi SJEllfom nk ?fo*iltl 



156 

^ c °X ndi0U8ly ' ^w* 1 * ^wijiiiti 

^Compensate, v. tfl mfajjtf" Oou uvw 

j, Compensation, n. fh UttJ fltt m KIT ufoj TvtfflOtl 1MU 

H -Compete, v. ^mi tknw iljnfo u^j tu 

Compelled to com- .11 * 

Competent, a. $, WJJ '^ ^ yp t fa\fr W1JJW y;^ 

^Competition, n. wrw Ull *l ifcVn* 

^Competitive, a. Uf ^ niy un j, ^ ( 4 «j u n1J ^^^ ltn ^ ^ > 

* Competitor^ «. ^Jj^gp, j^, rfo 

.* afCompile, v, fojufowiitw nunupmu 

^Compiler, n. ^-j^ ^ RTOJ ^j aa^ 

Complain, v.. mj-n ttiw tlii fol jm/ ftw #01 

^^Complainant, n. ^jtt ftm ^llu WTtnitt * 

Complaint, w. ft Q j (^ jfai rtuAjj tljn ft lu #m «4l tiu 

Complete, a. 4* «Hfo tftitflUfft 4* WU JOJ tflymj' 

Complete, v. tfiiiflfoufft UffttJfyjttf' uiftittM / 

Complete (number) $u rju fn fttllj R3U nj« 

* Completed rapidly ^ ui^ tfljmf \tm & 
^Neariagcomple^Onhu^lieh hiJUffc -wmrWfo 
H 0ntil completed *u iNfo Jin BUT! ftfl *: iftlfo 

Completion, *. rtw ilfo tftu tfyjnf ft3$ lata lN$« fcu 

Complex,^ 4* intern urn *n 4ifi«#re 

Complexion, n. Qg nnru . $ tftomu 

Complete, a. 44 jil 61 4l ftb mil ffi* 



Complicate, v 

Compliment, n. 

Complimentary, a 

Comply, v 

Compose, o. 
y> Compose ooe 8 de- 
portment 
Jf Com pose ooe '8 
senses 
Compose books 

Composed, a. 

Composer n 

Composite, a 

Composition, n 

Compositor, n. 

Compound, v. 

Compound, tt. 

•* Comprehend, v 

Comprehensive, a. 
* A c. enterprise 

C. question 

Compress, v. 

Compressible, a. 

Compressor, n. 

Comprise, v. 

Compromise, v. 



157 

VhUyf\j! '^iW'l'Djriiwiftinu 

fro sj sWtj • rfi RMiwrjj ms Iw w 

HOli l#U fUU in l A13J t»0^ WDDU fiUJ 

un? mUSa itanou rm i«b*i *rsaj 
wubj niu is^jjj rum ikwrjw 

u*u vmiae 

^uw wiTiso ^tknotl nffi ta 

4j tljjnoti ^Hi wfiiu fftu 

n-a itou mil 3qj m flw ami rvuj uiiAf 

•bw Mi fiiJff 

4j itta srun itn tTw itta hoj tkwu 

Wl^Rroj 4uir»«rjjQj 

tnlwij 4j fiflTttJ rrfcrw «. fiflmjum jotJ*n 

ma fftintj nfuWij 

tituvn £ Rnu nfit utw utn 

Cu ffn w» , 

4j cm *: tlu tfn t'frfU' 

^fi rfjo fa ft con tw m flu 

3 t» tw tknoti nw 

tiojj rm tlnfi tljiuwj umj nn in 



158 

X Compromise, n. BTB j $u you W n «j fJU 

XCompulsion, n. mj niu lw"Vh 
X -Compulsory work mj wr)n snli 
X^Compute, v. \iti am lan flfl van n: tliruitu 

XCornputation, n. f)T5 lib tlj^JTCU §) nil fi« n: tljSJTfU 
}f Comrade, n. ffvnu iWQU RUltfl* ffu 

y Concave, a. «&j JJ n:WJ $J HtM UW? 

Jf Conceal, v. •BQiilJ' dfl tin tJ5 tSlWftfll' 

^Concealment, n. mj dfl tft fl *iou Tfl 

Concede, f». UQU ^lOii 1^ 

^Conceit, n. R31JJ SDJ WO* RTOlttCiufru 

Conceive, v. RfiltJ fin 31 80 $U ufa 5l 

y Be conceived llfjwiS ifll mil 

Concentrate, v. «3J iti lu $ n»Tl 1 Vf t IwUK «B U 
•Conception, w. flTi nl flJJjf HU flfl un 
Concern, n. *DO B«J t!T5 1j?: 

Concern, v *m du ip toll k ift a 

Be concerned with lf»W fib ifiw ^ ffitl. 
Concerning, prep. *« #Ki & XI rfSu 
C- the premises tllti TO W 
Concert, n. tftomwft HTJ fin QTU wfejJ riu 

C (about the day) Wl U\Z ift fu 
tf Concession, n. ™ ©ynjW Wt«aQ oytljlft Cfl *T* 
y Mining concession aV^* V UQ *« 



159 

, Time for c. niwutf ita 1 WiSff ITI 

X Railway concession oynp rh till JtiwJ 
V Concession ist,7i. ^J"ftj Qyttpw 

Conciliate, n. lifnatl fiti ft nil tflSu n»BU 

Conciliator, n. ^dsou tllVi ^djTU tklUOU 
Try to conciliate ^jhtfltfrft rfti on pcriw ds;ueu rm 
^ Conch, u. wtxj JWH 

^j ?& un s fioiu Jjm 4j Oo 

vii frijs a? iub i$u in so uoj 

ms auh su v ^?i 



Concise, a. 

Concisely',, ftf/v. 
^' Conclude, v. 

In conclusion 
* ' Conclusion ?*. 

Conclusive, a. 

* Concoct, v. 

it ' ' 

Concord, >i. 

■,/ 

"^ Concordant, a. 

^ Concourse, n. 

Concretion, ». 

Concrete, ?i. 

A footing of c. 
■•'* Coucubiue, ^> 



lis' j tnti Vo"tfaiii ai Rf) piiwi iiu 



4 1 pn iwu iwc ij 

\^u r ?iiy\4P] na: Bj ilu du nu 
cnu Vhtffo jjuiuimaf u»:2j duviusuimuiA 
nasn rJby 

Concupiscence, n. U3J JJ1 ftsuj rivvivn nYjU ifiu 
Concur, v. UQN Wili pfau i&u ^n sfo* nil 

Concurrence, n. R^ W&N 1*5 nu fi3Ui ifiu wsfeij ffoj 



160 

" Concussion, n. fnf ffonjlifam * fmujifcifau 'ifi 
Condemn,^ ni \ m JftiW Til tltl dftiW ' tffwW 

JfConderanabie, a, fa guttf ^ fa % u w ^y ^ R gj fc^y. 

* Condemned, n, ^rifto tfTdfl/W $>i?W* 

* Condense, v. tf, Itfuim i*Ji rffo tffi UlM 

>f Condenser, n. f iffctf tfJ& -lA nDUWU tf jfa fltfu flam l{i 
Condenser tube fy nsuiflU udu nriu ui 

Jf Condensed milk ui UU mj tn UJJ WTU UJH flrtW 

if Condescend, t/. {>83J ru *Uj flO SJfl 

-^Condescension, n. mj 80 Ufl ms tlDJJ Hft 
^ Condiment, n. ifljm tfoj w UfajQli 

Condition, n. ahycu: OlflTJ *ffb fj'piil mej «jfo tkffJfl' 

Condition,*. ItTjj <fc wmj Uti ifoto ^ n ° 1Wi ® 

In its normal c. tl QTITJ djflfl yi y n Otm 
In a bad condition ^"00 y»y» IY153J JJin tnnu vm*fl 
- Under no condition l*J W ld^4 0*U TO IJJ UQJJ V1UJ IJJlf 
Condole, v. itlw lrinifiwn ifto nam ami im \* 

Condone, t;. untviw \ifr \u flotmt* 

Conduce, v. <bm 0/1 wyu Jflhj l^ltta 

X Conduct, n. ami tkrtfjW riVwTUu 

Conduct, v. film njrVh iSud <n mj wild ofttnlaq 

Conductive, a. 4lfi.d"m"W Wildly 
Conducted himself Itftlcwqfi BU 
C. the repair* <fo n"B •BQU utt jj 



161 

C the works ftfOS «ji n: m$ 

Conductor, n, mi Ay ag pnu jri Jtf 1181 jnlfJ 

Conductor, n. fill tfi VM1 UlYni ^p'lltty mj 

Conduit, n. ifioifiWjj mil vn 

A foundry conduit IJJ Wf)Q JIT VI MRQ Y)0 
Coni'eet, 1 , • ^ su . . • 

Confection. / *' r '^ n ^ QJJ WR ™ m * 1 niJ ™ ^^ w1t * 

ihr ^i *um miu ii-4 rh n*» Su tit^ 

thm iu ltf~ tlijnwi nu un Itf ' 

ms iIkt^hu tlrjn^i rm 

*nRmw su in <5i jfj fitjj «8i 

mj all Ricrnw Tu kJvi *fa nu ^nW 

fl iifftnd fi flncmw unJ 

l2f tw ta lu lrt*s tu to U lu 

Hwe confidence in T3rl, "IfrvMli itlu fllM-l V 
Confident, a. TtfTttVU' imta imU 

Place no c. in him ertiTjl^Q liuls \u mi 
Confidently, «</v. tmj atbj ail'imls 



Confectioner, n. 
Confer, a. 
Conference, n. 
Confess, a. 
Confession, n. 
Confessional, n. 
Confessor, n. 
Confide, v. 
Confidence, n. 



Configuration, n. 
Confine, v. 
Confine, n. 
Confinement, n. 
Coafinable, a. 



new am -bqu uan firfa 

mj fin i$ nu Q|il?l mrRaof) j 



162 

Confirm, v. tfi Ifofo M d\l tfu ^fj JQJf Itfml 

Confirmation, n. nu fti ?QJ }i titi 

> Confiscate, v. }u % JWJTW lu itlu 1W fllTO 

^Confiscation, n flU 111 *hl JTUUTiri 

^Confiscator, « el"Su lOl UBJ 

^Conflagration, *. . palfJlrartwy IwfynWlj 

Conflict, v njrnu rm tfiu rlU wp \§w (jTrfa 

Come into conflict tJrvic rifc 

Confluent, a tolaa itfi m *&i ffti 4j r»J rtlu rfi ifiy* 

Conform, u. tinfiqS liypn efoj tmu Vh tjn aiu 
<? to in every way tJ$:W]* W «3J tip «OJ Vp Bthl Yp tlsmj 

)f Conformation, w. /TrujTU . $i 1*W 

Jn conformity to 8H *IUi W pfl dt)J nil 

Confound, «.. Vhltt^U Iwty VfrtWUJfl* 

Confront, v. *n Cl\4 will 00 w\h tljrsu wUi lit) $ 

.Confase. « - tflltfaim ttfVs*ll«i iiflrw*[ 

Confubion, n. fi3"OJ JJllWl .*$n Hafl flU rtJW ^ BJU 

Confusedly, adv. ^M ta t« aw win tmj tljrwajl 

Know confusedly £<** "**}* ^tfltl ff *| 

* Confute, o *fa "fl"** l ^ B ll^ifei 31 Ui <l* 

Confutable, a. ** WB * : *^wV $1 «QtJ Itf'uirtrt' 

Congenial, *. & p n ** £0 ll fJU fc *U ffii 

CongeHtion. «. ^» tfUfto 1& 6{f «m ( WU lu tfhlHtl * 

Congratulate, tf 1IQttftjAJW<tofo<ni<& WtfaflmiGufctfafo 



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Congratulation, n. ^.^,,0;^ {j u £, nil fiAtU Wfla 
Congratulatory, a. fa U8W ^ m (^ fa r J u tf-,^ ^A» 
Congregate, a. . foVlfc flpj BJ wVthnAJ B|j 
* Congregate,';. >t|j^ -jjYflpj JXJ fTU 
>C Congregation, n. ! m ^ ^ w ^ «g U ^ ^U 
Congress, u. ^ ru djnyj tltjflfen <fl fH 

Congressional, a. u ^ ni j Jj^jj ^ W1 fi 5^5 
Congress-man wajrfln It* Y) tlj^llqflWI STUnTf liUUfiu 

Conjecture, v. Rm WXI1U tJi3JTCU Q1 SifiUj 11 

Conjecture, «. VlTJ dj3J"KU flT5 ^imij IOtU^^N £nRO« 

Conjoin, v. ifn i«tfi r)34 rm nu s:jj rTii i'Si 

Conjunctiva, n, j&q «jbjtjij fllSjlu wus m 

Connect,!). Ijfaiw fiu «B 8*1 ftU ifiu/ufairirfil 
Be connected with ft y; ifi*n «Jqi ffoi rftj §J fa 

C. with another Hfi jfiyg fftr Flu QU lfi*rt ^LFIS fltJ BVt OU 

Connection, </i. FU1JJ ifWj «UD3 ipJ Mt» ifiW Ml 

Connective, «.- *w R3L) tfo) UfTffifJ 0?) TiDi FiD HO* 

Connective tissue mo ittiitn 9r 
In connection with imn till inifllUTVB 

-4 Connive, v. J1U Pi fl U&Ht\u% 

Comjuer, v. UiC wl^l^ tljTU 'Ij^Vbu 

Which they c. Vrtn ^IrtdTmi 4* j*di dsrjlrt'tfVirci 

Conquerable, a. & WO *« TIVJI W C*VJ 31S s:«3J l*DU 51 D 

Conqueror, ■&. ^'3v: £« iDlV f 5t) llli: 



164 

Conquest, n. nu -an vm ft ifitji ma ilnti tlnw im fi ftltf* 

Conscience, n RX13J £ttfl In 1"» RJUl fflfl Uft: UBtJ 

Conscious, a. 4j £sn lu sfi fa \finm 

Consciousness, n. ATM £ftn Qfl W5B 'flQti 

Const-nption, «. ftfi tTypfti lifitltl V)VTI5 

Coa«er/pt, n. §9\ $fl tDrftAtJ itJU YWU 

Consecrate, <;. tttitil^fclft 1W ifawWVl tin ymtwtJRTI^jJfl 

Consecration, n. flU -unltfwo flXKJ Ufllri 

Oouaecutive, a. fa itlu tfirilJ 0Q *] Itl 

Consecutive y,adv. Xm imu fiDSjId tnu mm ill! 

Consensus, n. flTIJJ iSufili ffU «JJ flTW i$U 

Consent, V \itili *m W riu QQU 1i!l34 ffJJiJfl 

X Consent, a. AT»J €u tit»3J flfcjJ Is 

By natural consent WT3J MftJPn $) «n S3 1#U *flBt] rm 
1 .Jo not consent Uj tJQJJ 1RU UJ l$l4 Mil IflSJ 
Get hit* consent l^i*DMjQ3j wJ&jj ta 



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By general consent Ifiy ^n flu l$U flOU WU 
Consequence, a. un Mfl fitJCU 
Consequent, a. ' $5 kllu ttftiflti umifH 
C<jn8equently,a(£v. IWSXU^ 'Wfttfi Wf tttJu 
Con B «*rvative, a 4of fiQ UJSWmUJj ffu M Q^ 
Conservator, n $"tJU t J fhurljj ll^itlu tfUarKJ 
Conservation, n. CITJ ttUOU ffmHli ^f HJ l&OU 



165 
Conserve, n. «J Ajnfojj u* ma 

Consider, ». ^utUI Aill 31 W C|] flU f^lPIJTrvfp fifl BTU- 

It i8 considered as m tid 31 idu 
When we c. the k j, • , , 

great progress &b 3J1 WlflfCW RTIU nfiflj IttUJ «H *| 

C- attentively £ n win WQltfiy »SU 

)fC. a thing: well •ftugniltf'fi ^?n Til. 

Considerable, a. jjlfl QUU Jim lllu fKi Win 

Considerably, adv. tny jjm fl Vfl iflln UO<U 

C. more important tmj jfiffa) fo 3Jtn nil 

Considerate, a, fa ffmfij R31U ifo l8o RT13J lfttl lie! FM QU 

Considerately,rt4v. tflti rfliiw'U 1WQ il&i XflSJ A RJtW 

Consign, « •uotfltfr fb din jjqu Itfonj mm 

Consignee, n. ^vl fu din ujft niu vfio "SwiiU 

Consigner, 1 ^ t 

Consignor, / n ' ^dlfium^ 

Consignment, n. uqj f| tfj rfl 541 <D"KJ tlU NQtl W* R513 »Vw 

Consist, w. djiqmild flfo j. 

Consistent, a 4i aw afi rTU- Hi wuj ijn odu flU flfo 

C. with the truth flU W*5« R7!U m ' iSWR Bfy 111 R3UI *fti 

Consolation, n. nu ufatfliJ 4jl | U ItfyifH tmivn vfiif 

ConsoK » ia*i*Uw j ta U Itf^iai nam tyi* 

Consolidate, « ilhltf win lA dlU4tfU Hh itlti riii ifari 

Consolidation, n. nu I3U l*Sl idu QU IRU3 f»15 dstiilOj l«ft 

Consonant, *> dhw wJfrpRU; 

Consort, a. ^idu Aou nmn «rw J" iSlou 



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166 "* 

Consort, v. Tiutfu TJU lllli Ami 

Conspicuous, a. a «ft nt.li^l w;«ft «fo tk'foy 
Conspicuously ,adv X m ^: u4i ta 6 OU USJ nji-iu 

Conspire, v. fia -BUtl 8fi WtM tlsj SttJ fill ftsi 

Conspirator, n. gfo tJtJ JlU «U J3JJ fiw 

-V* Constable, ft. ' vi?J K3J3R 

Constancy, «. mm llli UOU Rmi Ftf ifcj 

Constant, a. # 4i»fo V* 4l fl? E|i IftJJO 4jlil eft iidj 

Constant, n. Rtfa iJU W itJu ;um fold 

In constant fear fi'AXttl ntiiiy wwo Tjj 'Jrw«rm rtoi nffi 

Constantly, Ck^v. IflU IMJO rffoj *j 
Constellation (of „ „ 

stars) urm W11 *] nw w U3fl ^ 

Consternation, n. DT04 titfi wJulw VtfU WW U f.TW fr^T.JH 

Constipation, u. ^tw fln JtKl Wflftfl 

Constipate, c. tfo nA *U &l 

Constitute, v. rStttolu iff Htm, tknati W 

V Constitution, n. crntt * "8"*™ * &» «5P ^ ^ **0 tflfibtftu 

Constitutional, a. 4? jn fl*fo flUI fiJJMTKl VI &J iun fS Hf 

Constrain, v. ^u ^ fa-tfi tl^Rll fthTSf 

Constrainable, a. 4j fm ^t folrtft tns tMTtf' 

Constrainer, n. $~Y» 4t4 < 

Constraint, n. RlttJ 4i4 tfi U $u fio «3U4 i^JJ V* 

Constrict, * > ™™ . V* r * ^° w ■ ^* u 

Constriction, ». •* A «*» fal" * & «fl ft 



1<S7 * 

Construct, v. fa fa ^fa ftfa^. 

Cwibtructer, ». ^^ f^fa 

Construction, n m fa ^ niJ U J R ^ 

Construe, v uiJ» Uffftf ifio FITBJ QltUl?j 

, Consul, n. ?R m ^ 

f Consulate, n. ^ 1U <p p,-,^ h.flTBJ lif ^ m y W 

Consular duties ^ $ , Q , m ^ 

Consult, v. J^ w ^ 

Consult together ^ fltfl W1 ^ ^ 

Consultation, « ni5 dt]mn till iIjw^i dqnvi nu 

C of physicians , ni5 danpj uwviif ilqrmi rm 

Consume, v Xi'l'dms VllWKj ffrulvl uaitU 

Consummate, v ^ fo vi ^ tlH$ tf5 RTW tlft|ffl£ 

Consummation, n R31JJ jf-,Jfo \ u $ fij^Ta 

Consumption n. 'msVihdaoi miUmjfl& 

^ PuJinonary con- m» ^ ^ 

sumption W 3HW IJH ^ 

Become consump- ,W ^ ni , 

tive ^ WQlJ nj0 ^ *dl4 WfUlJfl Id 

Cootact, n p^ ^ ^ njrritJ 4 ^ ^ % 

Come in contact nnm \mnu 

In contact with ^ n ^ ^ w ^ 

Contagion, n. F121iJ WW nullTuw i^nW 

Contagious, a. fc Q1S ^^ n ^V 4, Jlc Jtfm m flu 

Contain, v . ttojlMfa & oy i^Q tffa *Au djinou An 

Contaiutail fiiailBlhi 



168 
This box coftfcauos fty fi tfa* ^jy 

"Contaminate; v. Isfojafll/ld llfojafiu ftfl uafru ^TH 
Contamination, n. rjijj rift tifl ■'* 

-Contemplate, v, fi^TJtui ri3 0$B* § un (WTO 
Contemplation.^ nil fianl WO? 3uei:vi suwi 
•Contemplate going Jj QJ mi }-, ^J 

<ContempIator, n. g§ ^unrut il <*: tfl jTfiYlttUl flifl 

•Contempt, n. p^ tJSSJ-m J wCu fillfcfl 

•Cotrtemyt of court aafln a Q pna tb»"W WJJ1U #na 

-Contemptible, a. » #j m $ flNRB *tf5 4l ill ifttm/ ft$U 

'Contemptuous, a. fo tflHfiJ RTB4 frfhi ttajJW 

•Contend, v tfiui ^" tgfolOU f "731W 

Contend against OutiU -ifiw^* 

•Content, -n. Wljj fau U 

•Of the following „ * , « ,. 

coo tents b fi W «WWO W Jl 

•Contentment, n jSuTj* rJ^U ifiu ^jj r;tjj gjj dsfMff 
•Contentedly, octo. tfiti fiL to tbinu) IflU 6*J U 
•Contention, n. mj ifitlJ v(jO ^ nu"fcw 

■Contest, y tlfcnw rili - *frm 4b "frm 

Content, n rnj $"jfaj ftu fro gr" ffa OTp h 

Contestable, a 4 J m«» «K iftol ^1^ 
Cwtiguous, a. *BJ fco iiflu ffu tfu *fi «il» ifojJ nV 
Contiguously, adv T^H Jto 00 iW ^W Ufo riy 
'Contiguousness, n. Ara» *B *a ftt ffu fWJj ^fl 1\4 ffa 



160 

Continual a. ^ ft mm ^ . ^ ^ fc, ^ Trf ^ ft, 

Continually, adv. tflu mm -J hid i1j:4i 

Do so continually ^^Id Vh tl«:4lltl mjufi 

Continue,*;, qjitkuiw lft wnltl rh WVi oyno -]ltf 

Continuous, a. fo ^ .^ w ^\j km o jjUw m 111 

Contraband, a. fo jfcj vfal 

\ Contract, ?* wiUta arfynj} lu wn ai mi 

- Contract of loan ntf*!) njjWf 

Contract debts t^wfi ft"flu 

To c. for a work waji «?1l 4TU ftj rihjnp VII mi 5111 W&I 

Contract, t». !#& 1^1 Vh WW WOjUjl Wfl 1#*& jfajOa 

Contractor, »i. ^ftj pwy $"ft*flU|np Vfl nu ^ ^ 

Contraction, n . mj tiu i«3l ms wn lifiJu i*Sl 

Contradict, V ifajj fin fffl #Hi sffK.lw tri" 

Contradiction^ * DTJ tlfjlffl Offll P?1 tfilii ffoj TtU 

Contrary, a. fa itw fa 9\U t& <fal 

Contrary to 0* Tit) - 

C. to what was in- - - %* ~ • ^ 

tended ms nu TO ntJ F,31W V 1 w3J1lJ " 

C. to the law eJ-, £j u W3nTB ^ Wl4fl njjwwitl 

Contribute, V. }# l^du ihu *U ' 

C to the support of Itf Iftfa t\fl K\fU llftta iffa J* 

^ Contribution, n. niJ mill fi i^Vl^ 

Contributor, n. flifal! J«jTj j^tfTCJ TOI 

Contrite, a. 4l H.V* ifi IWTMJltl 



170 

Contrition, n. «^iaj vi^iMn ta mm iml 

Contrive, v. $* fa fin <nu 

Contriver, n. tF^mzflU e^fa tfi fa 
C? to get p088C8- , . , <k t 

sion 'of An aw wo *: w liTiuu to* *| mi ^ 

Control,*. ^ rJb dlfru , 

Control, n. tm tTw-ij tTnjti 

C. the procedure f ^VnT5 ^: ItUtJ 

Controllable, a. |, WQ ^ ^,1^ %«m fhffilV 

Controversy, u, ni5 ^ ^ ^ ^ U1U 

Controvert, v. ^SMfaAtfnMJ on fi 

Coniuin*cy,w. r^j ^fog^a 0U 

Contusion,*.. ^ ^ . ^^ 

Conundrum,**.* f'ltkuvfl rfiimu tlrjuun 

Coi>7ale8Ce, v. ^ im jjxi ^ml^i^U - ■ 

Convalescent, a. * 4, fltnTnSin 4j fe flu ^m tbli" 
Convalescence, a. fi3iw JL wni «nnW ami flu vroj nrai *}Un 

Convene, v.. fi\>rM?$U 1# in tljnpi* 

Convenience,*,**. n m $m tt«iJJX 'ioAtifrirT 

Convemieatty, "^ t™ 6 <fai iw* mr Xm ivy* tnTfl 

Convenient, <J. ^ ^ ^ w > ^Ijj 5j 4 m 

Conventfea, *. .mi tlat^i ^vik« tfi wift fimiemajffu 

Converg*. *, ^ j^ ^ ^ w ^ ^ ^ w ^ 

Conversant, * , ^ fi m ^ ^ * ^ ^ m 

Cteftntfo* n. m ^n rtu . tf U ftuvmi " 



171 

Converse, t>. |tfl«nrftj i^iftU 

Converse, ?k CIT3 jwi «tU mj WUYH4J 

^Conversion, >k fH} it$W* ftiTW tljrwqfi ilW3 to mt) m THT 

''Convert,,. . , ,_ . fc , ' . [ T 3 "* n /"*» 

W> W W\j -wSn flat! 111 FIJIJJ tJ}:fttj?l VI IW 

Convert, «. ^tttTOHrotle^Jt t™*^ 

onv.ar 1 e, <fc . ^J OW dfiUU R3Ui ikwCjlTU' 4* Qfiiy itlu 

Convex". B . •. fc^j,** ^mu E4u1 *" 

Convexedly, tf«V tw^niMJ 

Convexuess, n. flmpns)J ( ^ujtltsiiJ 

Co.wy,,. Wlti'foty »,ld , 

Convey th, news ,}, ^ \| ^ (JHlJtlU 

Convey an idea ^ J, mnj ■, UBnu J, Hnu ^.. 

Conveyance, n. y^, y.^On rau wloi « 

Conv,ct,n. BV -} riW flu ^.^„,-,^ 

Conv:,ct.«. ' w t*m ffajtlJSj^» 

Conviction, n. MWi M n „, 4 W1 *& 
According to one 6 * 
Conviction. "91X J £ ffiUJ i$ a 31 <Sl 

Until they were ^ 1 ^ l ^ 4 ^ f,ywym IfUifaffaf 

J reel convinced ( , 

that till fan w. to itiu wu 3i * 

onvoca ion, -id niJ ^ ^ ^^ nij j^ ^^ 

onvo-e, t>. £ur» itfi tkripj 

Convulsion, n. V ~ ■»■ Jr a 

' Ijr au ur» uw mo nc^n m 

Cook, n. - < > ,« . ~ 

KQ flfi *• til flfl r ^ 



m 

Cook room fa^ 

Cookery, n$ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ fl|| 

Cooky, u. • 1MN .WW iHtt ilfo ^ ; 

Cool, a. 10-u -| f^tiKj *) v. -yfilftTiflu taWfoii * 

Coolness, n. ,arj-jjj ^sn ifft* 

^.Agreeable cocfrms rttjj ifa ^tjioj mu 
fcCoo&i, n. mi nut* 9a aynufosli 

..^Common coolie fjtinunl Aujfo -Huihiifiou 

Coop, v. «fr m -rfj 

Cooper, w. nrotfitfSiK 

Cooperate, v. Hjl -ft «fa» ffil tnbfflj iiW nV TO fi\4 #) 

Cot5r Jinat©i v. 4tf"f»U wii •] SWJ n"u 

Cofftiba, n. . tji >&*,"» 
\Co-partner, ik ^fljfo ft arj f?U §n$i, iftfmtu^rlfi 

Cope, 9> wo" ^rm 

^Copier, n. . $Awu a on ^an mM9_ 

Copious a., / ^jfttifywf jmjjiu omm 

Copiously, ad*. iflti 'Jliyjuf *tny q*iwf 

* Copper, w. VI9J UW 

popper, £ jfj yini usi* d« j^j ^5d yjoi *;** 

jtf Beat copper ^ *1B* WW 

^ CJopper worker. TO If) K> 0? u*« 

* Copper-«roi&gk Vtf ty nTBW YIQJ Jim WWHUIt* ' 



X X 



(Copulation, H. 
^Copulate, v. 
Copy, n. 
Copy, v. 
^Original copy 
Copy a letter 
Copy-book, n. 
/Copyist, n. 
>&0|>y right, n. 
jtfCopy- right, v. 

Coquette, n. 

Coral, n. 

Cord, n. 

Cord, t>. 
^Cordage, n. 

Cordially, ar/v. 

Cordon, n. 

Core, n. 

Cork, v^ 

Cork, n. 

Corkscrew, rt. 

Coru, n 

Corn-crib, n. 

Cornea, ». 



173 

fro hu m mm r\\i 

wj tffcwi rfli wjawipi mi .«•> 

&* sup jliim mm nuufiw^ utiu Itfaon . 

•on enfc auu vh utiti- vn lifawfiou uuu 

qtm iftu tfimi ftii 

•en vmwt wwSd eer^atlti . , ,, , 

wMa rift aw fto iasj q>) RQiJu 

^aon viumo ^f^» a on 

rimis fl'w nmifonf 

fi diuTo $• njjuftvS 

wojj tfi uw\ l^im In 

fiunat 

dii4 infiw * 

^jn riVtirfoj i$on $n fa ffai ifan'. -,,•/ 

wiu , W n»u 

\j» <m*l5f Vfyn of) dm mw 

iriln fwcitm^niwi 

Hltwa ite iftu itlu «*> tl»i '*" 

itta la mmi # wft $n *n 



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Corned, <%. 


^ wi ifiao (nm ma ni inao) 


Corner, n. 


yu iran »1i | 


Corner, v. 


vhufau uiftj If) Itfau la ^ii *j 


Corner-stone, n. 


^81 W 3J3J 


Cornerwise, adv. 


' \nu yu iri mm t^a ffiaifii 


Cornet, n. 


119)2 8U 


X Coronation, n. 


nu j rmfiifln 


* C. ceremonies 


fil aaf uina iwaYB wl ninfUfln 


V Coroner, n. 


iYi wiifwiu ww lei »iu wan fin 


Corporal, a. 


itm hi rmi 4j jj hi my 


^ Corporal, n. 


HKJ fouil- ' 


\ Lance corporal 


win m ml 


fr? Corporation, n. 


4tMti ffitm} fa wiujjj rraiynp* 


Corporator, n. 


^itlu w:wi^n lu tjhtfi 


^ Corps, •«. 


n.BJ jjwi umi noi waioo 


-) Corps d' armee, 


„. noi%vc 


Y Corpse, n. 


rm 


Corpulency, n 


ami mu jjtti mi wm 


If Corpus, n. 


rw my iJHti my 


Corpuscle, n. 


yii n»34 tnt uwlftrtin ita w» «hu own 


Correct., a. 


4i t|p $m yjfi frtlu 4i usju tfi ?fli4 £i £« 


CdlfBCt, c 


lift* .uffl* rffeudftiltfajfiiftw 


Correct a book 


tnu iifT'vivuftQ 


Correctness, n. 


RTttl t|p Abl WW 4tlu »W 



Admit the c of 

Correction, n. 

Corrector, n. 

Correctly, adv. 

Correspond, v. 

Correspondence* n 

Correspondent, m. 

f&ssistapt c. 
Correspondiagly, 

itdv 
Corroborate, v. 

Corroboration, n. 

Corrode, v. 

Corrosive, a. 

Corrugate, v. 

Corrugated zinc 

Corrugation, n. • 

Corrupt, v 

^Corrupt heart 

Corrupter, n. 

Corruption, n. 

Corruptly, adv. 

Corruptible, a. 
'-iable to corrup- 
tion 
Corset, n. 



m 

ft itlvj flWii fin sfai nm 

mj ihw ih ejfi m? ufrtifain rifw 

^vi wd fa $i tm uftycyr) ®m 

lay pn frm tnu uim'Hi 
sj mwn id 3ji aw nu ft joj *m N lw"n"u 
• vmlfto dinld in sfljwKJ onny 
^£i wuwo^aotj dfjaaj - £aj iv 
$"iby dfjfljj 

ifiii i^ajir * an mi Y|ri buii 

my vi Itffi j yii lw"Cm u*u Sj $u 

rm idvi ?rij*j aujj rfn 

4ij n> me an 

Vhlvudu an vjn tin idu fjn n 

ms tmidu an 'i idunau n 

"U onpia "U Til 

|Tvi tfllw'fiU iril'd 

ms $ R31JJ *jt3 inp mj labu uw ami ft 

lay vnj vi v. Itfimi Ipjy "ft «fj 

o$w B$rw dis ^; i&ojj ^1^ 
mo fa i03 ifc onlri * * 



Cortex, n. 

Cost, n. 
Cost, v. 
Law costs 
jfCcfst of a lawsuit 
X FVee of costs 

Costive, a. 
jjCostly, n. 
JrCdstume, n. 

Cot, w. 

Cottage, n. 

Cotton, n. 

Cottou-gio, n. 

Cotton-plant, n. 

A ball of cottoo 

Cottou thread 

Cotton waste 

Couch, n. 

Couch,- v. 

Cough, n. 

Cough mixture 

Could, v.- 

Council, n. ^ 

Council, w. *' * 



176 



idaon *au yon uw ma awew Am q^j ^i 



fii r|*3i Mjijm^jj ma 
Ipudai Ul" \mj Ijj fi rii tlrj m* 
foiduiwnn 4nufciA 
•nfimiim vijjjifli^j Jim *nn 
wfto^yj mjj ifijdi uto my 

ftou tmi viofi »1qu tifn 

ipjoi nam riiR iriSoj ^n «jSh oan 

n$m ndf Cafl. on annua 

II -dsn^i muxjfi dfjnyi <#i nu nw ntmfiu 

urn t4> ItJTrfiuu: mtman 



177 

\ Councilor, n. im«1 $tit) iHoU 

Coun*tfl, a. mfWfu«fl*(| WKJ fit4TIUlHU fliliY»#r 

la not represented « , A v . <« , 

by counsel w ft wMhrfimj ftli t« UJ i) Kmiy <t*t 

Count, v. ^j 

Count, n. 40^-, jS-ujwuj ^ vu 

Countenance, n. yflft AT 

Countenance, r. fj uMfj rffy ri(u J&KJ 

Cheerful c KtfimVtiTU 

£ad countenance mil irffltrffi 

Counter, n. - iffew iftj u& frlftl-Ou 

Counter, prefix jfiitffj tlnnou UUJ «ti *) ft'flgiu tj" jw rftl r 

Counteract, ©. }|f itfi "fa TOffr Ijfaov flfljj 

Counteract a drug ttQUlY»y SJ1 

< Counterfeit, t». dnQ)4 ilamJ ltf"flfl >r*ftj 

* Counterfeit, n. mi l$«l rfiyu 
»^ Counterfeiter, n. ^t)»QJJ HOI 

Counterfeit, a. 44 tlaeufr' fTtf dta 

t Counterfeit coin Du rtitiJJ iHl tl«BJ4 

Countermand, c. flTJ ffi Itfofftj ;«y rfl f\m 8u fft 

Counterpane", w. ell <fa UBH #1 ^ UOU 

• Counties*, a. 4* lifjla fan W$o tbami 
Country, «. llfcitlH tfoi ifio* ftVfatri {iCjWi 
Country, a. it\l'-.1TO tHu Ufift mhi fiu^i ■,■■;' 
Aa ai«.fi. prospered t&> tfa jfloi *4Jfjj^ iulftfr- 



X Native country 
Foreign country 
In the country 
Countryman, n. 
J^Couple. n. 
Couple, v. 
Couplet, n. 
K Courage n 

A? Courageous, a. 

*( Lose courage 

Courier, n 

Course, n. 

Iu rapid c of com 

Id^to course of 
XOf course 
yi "Water course 

C of proceeding 

Court, n. (law) 
JfCourt, v. . 

Court, n. 

V Consular Court 
)r* Court roow 

V Court of Appeal 
^Criminal Courts* 



178 

tJTU iftfl tCiQ! UQU 

•v iJj:ivi* djiiYiri uen in *j ifein** 
fjlti uon ijBn T4i % 

iu i$bj \mi rm Tifi v#»U3 nu 

Itfidu gi rm 5jin itlu gj i 

naou g» 

rtgj bis Fir&j nrn wm| r^-qj ar-Qjuft 

£ U flTBJW 4j frta n«1 uri 

isit ^6 jjjri nnna v. VU niu 
' & Id Vii o^j hjj u^3 
nisi 1\4 Iu etow lu ift iw r'-iwun 
itlu uu a: itki ay iw sfr $ 
vnjnjzuRvn 

*"» ms tJjnpj am 

^ mmj .dit» vnS dm \u 

pa thnpj m» 

*•» pvnKlf flit TAtf/ 
,HT*WrlD*Jp 



. 179 * 

CinternationalCourt rijj Rfi RTJ djUYifl 
£Coiu t fees fru lW4. 

♦ Court, notice \u UBfl «T» VW1« ma 
Courteous, a. fo fi .tfflnnWi fr&JU fott 
Courteousness, n. Pimi qrnTH to film un llcwqS wu 
Courteously, acfo. tflU fTttn *p™ 

X Court-martial, n. mal* wuto FIR dlU W® 1WTS 

^Courtesan, n. ' WRjJ "UfliWttl WljJ Mi ifi 

* Courtier, n. m*W tf* & tifW 1 frd*ltl tk»HI 
Court plaster, n. * W ifc W «*<« 1 T«Tflfl dm 1W* !*«** 
Cousin, n. - §™ 8 n ^ m 

V Covenant, n. fa rfhjfip djfcjTW iftyip 

^Covenant, v. fl'l dfjUjlOi ft tfjfiP 

^Covenant, verbally Ja^-^ faj.j™ WO R"KJ «^WW ifniB 
or in writing J 3 ^ 

V Owenanter, n. ^dfjOfTCU ^fi ritynp 0^ ™J-. 

Cover, v. * tin dn dn aqu tin nu da Ji 

Cover, n. wi 

Covering, n. fa Yl tif\ & W &* «$« 

Cover the head dn W fl$U W3- Wl W 

Cover up fiat] ift QJ UJuUu 

Covered with grass gfa vKlJl flw P^ " 

% Cover of a book to dn wftll) 

Cover of a boat djr^ili IJO itii-fio 
Lay triable with , ^ ^ £ fa ^ ^ 
twenty covers ™ * 



# 180 

Covet, v. ^n nttutj , 

Covetous, a. 4j *Uiv R^JJU 

Covetous of praise iji yo Ql'inWft'i tto * 

Covetousness, n. pmulitfi miu otnn In C-S ilh 
Covetously, a<it/. iny ruuu 

wiinji wft an 

♦ haw *u.ifinii5 

03114 main 

iiu :. mkj Vfimn u%\i *hi flu 

sou fn • ifojj iitin tfU 

miAi €j^i iSfn i ai iwfi i non ilsnfa 

Iff jmTHv riln V13 ttJa niiouln? 

^uw * rw t^ fto iftn »] 

oii tiTm iOu ft 1 n v Vf larfnii 

4* nai* tana jtw 4j £ >n tu \i£\ \% 

DTS ft A Co lu'YHJ na 0U"KJ 



Cow, n 

Cow, v. 
J^Cow catcher, n. 
XCowpox, » 

Cowhide, n. 

Cow's horn 
JtCoward, o. 
^ Cowardice, n. 

Cowry, n. 

Crab, n. 
X Crack, v. 
X Crack, n. 

Cracker, u. 

Cradle, n. 

Cradle, v. 

Craft, *. 
J^Crafttly, adv 
^Crafty, a. 
..^Crattinesc, n. 



Cram, v. 

Cramp, v. 

Cramp, n. 

Crane, n. 

Cranial, a 
\tranium, n. 

Crank, n 

Crank brace 
AC rape, n. 

Crash, n. 

Crater, n. 

Cravat, n. 

Crave, tf. 

Crawl, u. 

Crayon, .n 

Crazy, a. 

Craziness, n. 
A Crazily, ctrfr. 

Crease, n. 

Creak, n. 

Create, v. 

Creation, n. 
** Creator, n. 



181 

in f m • *m 6u itlu in «fa im 
tffo i+i Hj ttonu tmu Sjj iflu 

Utah arm pfa uto iCua rm 
im fin «m «n nSlu uou 
e;TU nstiwan ft&i aw ajjor 

flrriu tmtf 

thn ^mVj 

c!i a nzfo mil tlnflfi to 

£ snrnj pial ftmmiitlu tri ^w ft^U *&j <J« 
atoj Rsft itki ill ami firnj 111 ^jnj 

5911 Wl cJI JOSJ tm 2Q°J «Bth 

iwui uw-nmj mi imufau $& iriku flj^u 



t 

Creature, n. 
^Credence, u. 
AtCredential 

Credible, a. 

Credibly, adv. 
Kfcredit. n. 
Vxo sell on cvedH 
l^reditor, n 

Credulous, a. 

^Credulously, adv. 

Creek, n. 
j^Creep, v. Crept, 

Crept 
V Creq> into 

Creeper, n. 
X Cremate, v. 
X Crematory, n. 
* Cremation, n. 

Creosote, n. 

Crept, e. 
VCrevice, n. 

Crew, n. 

Crib, n. 

Cricket, n. 
>fUner, n. 



182 

R7IU ifo 60 

[hi fi 6 JtjTJ' 

l^TJXJ At) ' 

i4i IHi $~ liFjjrftu 

4ftjn i$o 4 j 1^0 hv *] 

lira ifo raj 1 

tf»ifu!(n *j ihnj 

itmj amu im\j ( Itfiro ) 

rou r&tu a on Jlhltj 

imljJ'iSoti ifftm uvam -| fin hm *i^ nuau 

len uh m 

ms itn ?iw ujjjmyjj iwi «it 

vi jfa nau sin i& jJU flu idu in k&j dj:anyiu 

ntisi w Creep, rrtu 

4qj $ ion inn 

jnflo nattfl 

ilnfifo.WrU&^flfoii 

^ln^p» mi iiiu ft jn «a u$r. w& 



^jCrime, i»i 
XDommit a crime 
^Criminal, H>. 
3f Criminal case 
X Criminal offense 
\ Criminate, v, 
£f Crimp, v. • 

Crimson, i». 

Crimson, v. 
•h Cripple, n. 
A Crisis, n. 

Crigp, a. 
\ Criticise, v. 
^ Criticism, w. 
**. Critic, n. 
h Critical^, adv. 
K Croak, n. 

Crockery, n.*> 

Crocodile, n. 

Crocus,' it. 

Crook, n. 

Crook backed 

Crooked, «, 

Crooked stick 



m 

• W1J4 BW1 ViJW RTiiJ ftl MfanW- 

ft um <fc a. 4i ii ft urn <fl 
tffca lif £ ft uw Oi v 

fiu iftu in fiu Urns em icy 
• w^i nu jfipfaj nai NiRnj fitjfi ^iho 

nti'iJ Sufltm ft Itffi $u 

■^tfwnj nu Ii us: un" iifidm«§ 
\pitj i«Stjf» iftu ft 
iftyj nu Jm ^< 



1§4 

Crookedly, ad.v \m fo&vf tmAiJ W* 

Crookedness, n. RmTliJ Ml ' ami zflifiu* 

Crop, «. ^ i-#i wW^ Vhlrf' lu t]p n& nwmtl In 

Crop, v. _ iffti UQPI efa ikiu f% IrfrA 

Crop, n. (of fruit) ^Ju (w» d a: to tjtl) 

Cropped up watm £ 4kl in iC4«J *QV 

Cross, n. Ttfminm 

Cpobs, «. *. tfiN run?*? ntfiiwhid iftumutwi Ifim 

Cross, a. .<*;,. ^ ™ imr u* V wl 

Crossness, n. RTBJ J> Jit; ATttAvitt: & 

^Crossing, n. A. +0J YW Hh>J YJTI JO W«n 

Cross, wind W4WJ1 # 

Wtbss-eyed, a. tuw! ■ 

Cross belt «r$J ffU $t! 

Crossbred, tk 4l iftmn WD U3J dii BU *B1R fm 

Cross-country, a. 4l tili y Ul tfft waoflU 

Crosscut, ir. ms w> ifa tin *fw 

Cross a river $** "« u\ 

Cross the bar ^ ftwtM 

Cross question ^OH *tfn 0154 mm tltn 

C exanunattOD tfc^ ^ fnwlli isto 

Cross-road,*. . Com TO rifc . & fSl 

. Crosswise, W. ?«l TO ' frill TO 



Croesbow, n. 
% Cross look 

Croton, a. 

Croton ©|1 

Crouch, tf. 

Crow, v* 

Crowbar 

Crowd, n. 

Crewe}, t>. 
J^Ruii itcrowefe 
^Crowded rouncf 



I® 

•fu n* un m iftuAri tfu 

||j.im v^mi RU.jjin ^T,wi 
.iRnttoa rifo.- ukjj; i£iHiMj|umw 

^ rm i-Di 341 jpti 
Crowded togethea^titJfl mm fl^JJ ^i ffU tffl i6ur tiu .. 
^Orown, w. jjiriQ yon ft&: ilmu fivj 

KCrown, v. «qjj «» tfiai wNwjgidunijtfifltf 

>< Crown of fchfe head njnwoiJ 

VCfown Pritfce NJJifo WJKtfutBJflihrB 

lift mmi ui »ti *j 
(i ?1ii «fo Jl\j rm 



Crucible, w. 

Crucify, v. 

Crucifixion, n. 

Crude, «. 

Crudely, ocfo. 
^ Cruel, a. 
,h Cruelly, a<fo. 
" Cruelty, ». 



186 

Cruet, n. i( fc m fa ft , w ^ if fax { fa ^ ttl tfawTU 

Cruise, v. ^ f J1D \| WUI q^^q fo 

Cruise, n. niy ^ f J0 w1J j ^ ^^ 

Crumb, n. mu x iV %uii ^ j^y wau 

Crumble, v. w *$ j^ ^ ir }\i WJ iflSfl titKI hi llta W 

Crumple, v. iiAftb jqsj till Ou «B«Jl ' ifl itfl 

Crush, v. ^ uf) § ^, u Jnu tklN 

Crusher, n. ^qj {ju i&M ut) 6 

Stone crusher^ wmtluftu tu ftll > 

Crust, n. -801 a& itlu itlfon won atfton a# 

Crutch, n. Tjfttfi iKl \Jftuf lifoie 11 

Cry,- %. ifojjlm ifoufoAtf' #&j/Uyi(i.rfu 

Cry, in JoA^" folUt). fel ihjfl 

Crypt, «. .* ifcj vSbtfWJ U'flU italfflW 

Crystal, ». uffi unnti 1TO fiufofi U&lff iW Utft 

Crystallize, v. iflfj itlu itffi unau 

Cub, n. jnafi gn iftrf' 

Cube, w. vin wli*4fogfo uw £i v\n wtli ^ mauir 

Cube sugar iS ni* rttm u* ma tfeu ff wiuw 

Cubeb, n. fa dll 

X Cubit, n. «on wfo 1 

Cucumber, n. em UW1 mi * 

Cud, n. # OTO <i rU* $U Ul l&tfl iQQJ . ( 1«HU fi ) 

Cuddle, v. non nn ntifAfrmu 



Cue, «. 
Cue rack 
Cuff, n. 
Cuirass, n. 
Cuirassier, n. 
Culinary, a. 
Cull, v 
Culpable, a. 
Culpably, adv. 
k Culprit, n. 
Cultivate, v. 
Cultivate wheat 



187 

tJaon 'it fo i§q t\ nu «u fai fo mj. 

Ac 



nwa sbj 4?tq imx 

uvw nu <t\ nm & dmnui jiw h u ah 

ffflifonien ifonifki iftjifoj 

-VhmnwxtJjm tiu; wfumV uy.mw^ 

i?i w i-ih ana 

(Cultivated lands fori arauTi in .in Wti 

t Began to cultivate a , tf. « . « . , 

the island «J rn U ta ui dan fcft bJ'lii 4frc 

mj nit i d-ju mx dan a* win V reamm 
$*i nu iwx djtjljw wtu mm iro «u 
*J w tty Itfpmy 4u tty rnj *n&n 
fin Irt'nilh ulih *| flu toi 
infill - 

nu Riarxi lrt*inn nu m cjj 

4j fiflJ inteu fa An n^n rani tfb tiou « 



the island 
Cultivation, n. 

Cultivator, n. 

Culture, v. 

Cumber, v. 

> Cumin, n, 

Cumulate, v. 

Cumulation, ». 

Cuneiform, a. 

Cunning a. 

Cunning, ^ 



Cunningly t adv. 
,Cup, n. 
Glass cup, *i. 
Cupboard, n. 
Cupidity, «. 
Cupola, n. 
Cupping, n. 
Curative, a. 
Curb, v. 
Cure, v. 
Cure, n. 
Curio, «. 
Cariosity, •». 
Curious, a. 
Curl, v. 
Curline8S, n. 
Curly, a. 
Currant, n. 
Currency, n. . 
Paper currency * 
Current, n % 
Current, d. 
y( Curriculum, n, 
Curry, «. 



188 
in^j J4 d fit) Raw S#kj Vfafivf n» 

fifStJ HTM 

ami artjjti anal an 

wft 3,111 U\4 W ft! lloii J^l-D Vttll ihlU 

rnj monUftw mj ofltafin 

4i £ rpfi FiiftjtjA 4j Azfajtjnltf' 

wf tfolfrtja fowl Itf vnu ifiwi 

31 jntn mtjj ivrj -sir&fl 

urn utlan vnn w w inn 

•col ikwaiei no j utlan .puui oinn iSu 

■wnnwu Vhn€n cwjwOn tanrc 
muj-jp wfin 4jhJu 
4jvtf)nmjGJ e^irc 

4i H n^j *Ylil 4j 6 oy W uw virtu 



189 

Curry, v. fa um «jfa p ^ 

Currycomb. nrifl tfi 

Curry pot W3 ft um 

Curse.t;. fa^ ^ ^j 

Curse, n. (ft finJ U Tf, 

Cursory, a. jfi ai ^j * stl fc u fa 

Curt, a. *fo fllinltRimi foVM&tJfb 

Curtail, v. rffrltfafo a«qi aflltfuou ai jrHi 

Curtain^ u. ^ ro j)"W 

Curtain, t>. rfu JJlulS" £ JJ1VI m/tf 

Curve, n. ijyg v nj 3. ^ \vf&\n ffo Itftffc 
Curvature of the ,;« <> cs 

spino WMlW Ufl »U WJUfll 

Cushion, n. VWBU itit IUX 6 mJll 

Cuspidor, n. njlttm 

H Custard, n. ^ U1 

A Custard apple Wfi llTttUI 

Custard apple tree ffaltfttlh 

Custodian, n. ^idl frw $$u 

Custody, n. nt qv\$ $ rifl *M tTU nn $ JflVl 
Keep him in cus* w _>.<|.. ^ b «. , 

tudy itnro^u in fin in ufnim 

Customer, n. ^fo $ Q ^ jr, & 

Custom, n. j^m tteiroi ifewiO HJUifltOJ 

It is the custom ttlu tfeiWtfc 

H Againat custom yonln B^KlSJ . 



190 
Observe the «ub- fl Q ^^ 
tome ^ ^ 

Custom-house, n. In mw $»n arjiu 

Customary,, a. 4l itk tJKiwfi * tfu itlu 3»fcifttJU IJJQI 

Cut, v. *fo iiu «1t art vm flu 

A cut, n. inw tiifi uwa uun ^n fiu 

Cut the tow rope W> ifon jl m#) iSttJ flfl ifon ^ 1*0 

C into small pieces iftj «»mi rffc iWow *) 

Cut hair -iTnMi 

Cut wood tnnltf *> fcu 

Cut precious stones ft W IUU iffaf 

Cut-price* »Fi W rfa 

Cut meat ifo ifio WU 1S0 

Cuttings (of news ^ ^ j ^ ^ a ^ 

papers) . , ^ 

Cutaneous, a. <|j jj tfhwu: iiw mo wuj 

Cuticle, n. to to W\5 vuJS tllfljl 

Cutlass, n. mu jfu uni •BljttJJXU 

Cutler, n. «w $ fin 

Cutlery* n. i&m fin iffow win nil 1 

Cuttlefish, n. dmwfin 

Cycle, n. (of year) «ju n(b FIICJ JQtJ vAl JOU It 

Qyclone, n. wyt^mft fi« ffn W mm 

Cylin«eit» *. nsttran vmon f ti f»jti ftolrl 

Cylinder cover ftt si) 

Cylinder oil *lft )& )NJ8.ft fU 



Cymbal, *, 

Cyst, n. 
Cystic, a. 
Cystotomy, *. 
Czar, w. 

D 

Dab, v.- 

Dabble, v. 

Dacoit, n. 

Dacl, Daddy, n. 

Dagger, n. 
^f Dahlia, n. 

Daily, «. 

Daily, «. 
^ Dainty, a. 

Dairy, u. 

Daisy, n.. 

Dale, n. 

Dally, v . 

Dam, n. 

Dam, v. 

Damage, n. 

Damage v. 



191 

tlinfl dilnn 
4* £ daw ^Tl, 

iBMllisOtfo/lfcitl* tyfa 
D 

tmw yi tf In oniiR sftnr|i* 

% m tin »| tiro jfaj ntlji sou "j 

5h u) tail iau \f rifti fcu 

•ton'Uj tontljfo 

Cm ri i&i *j Vfalun Cm iw m* 

nfjii . 

• ihwij tyi 51* adv. tyi •] 3uld 

oku w jjtoinia ri fi"hji thjtj Jtj« 

wen ¥iSn •] tjOb kuj a m&oi 

'Bhlwiuuti thKlnjwtrw tfuifalhinjn 
Anu tfi wu ifirf § Itfjn flu u« 
Vh ifavi rmljr rftt tii uu 



Damage (by fire) tffifcTmi 
Damage by robbers *U Any 



192 



Damages 

Caused damages 
i^Claim damages 

Damascus, n. 

Dame, v. 
)^Darnn, v. 
^Damnation, n. 
*C Damnable, a. 
*( Damned, a. 

Damp, a. 

Damp, v. 

Dampen, v. 

Dampness, n. 
JRJDamsel, n. 

Damson, n. 
3\Dance, n. 
^Dancer, n. 

Dandruff n. 

Danger, n. 

Dangerous, a. 



m tllu m mil wu 

•do dftTUwj itlu fltu to m my w"fti 
$o ifioi Innj In drama iimj 

fh uw IrtVm usn rj mnp 

trtf u'fo ttf nn lu vi etna 

4i aw vfia wwl fibs u*w v\w rii 

4j iRtw ft rfi h*m 

«b^i $u u*u: itiun $u 

fh l*fa{tan <ip ,tfit#$u 

wtj*«no a^v '■■■■•'" 

Imi rixiarrcj flrai fly iiw liu *j 
4j idu oumiQ 



Dangerous weapon QT| arm** 01^8 Ul n»3 
Dangerously, acfo. 'tmi to tftwimihl ■} t#i« p^uli rffcAntl 



Dangerousoe&s, n. 

Daugle. v 

Daoish, a 

Dapple, n. 

Dare, v. Durst or 

Dared 
Daringly, adv 

Daredevil, n 

Dark, a 

Till dark 

Dark purple 

Dark shade 

Darken, v 

Darkish, a 

Darkness, n 

Thick darkuess 

Darhng, a 

Daro, y. 

Dart, r< 

Dash, v 

Dash, n 

Date, v. 

Date, n. 
* t)ate, n. 
I Date tree 



19a 

ami qIjwhi atoj ui nift 

ttoulnj imu wta tfou unto uiauinii 

rnj $ fi sp *8T3t^o ejru (jfiwu: uiMjfr) 

*t»>tj U8AJ P31JJ njfV IflU QIa'qH 

«i4 nai iPu fi em nai ^u ui nift 
fin tfi fififl&j iTi i 

fi ihi un £ ui fw 

$<m 

iMtfCfl twoi jjj rfi fill fi^Ij 

4j m- jjj °] 

R3UI fifl 4"> W31U fifl R3UJ M 
fill JJU R11U jjfl flu 

4 J itlu ^ fh /i :' £ itlu vi ih 

i8u ^iu nab Id null m ?u tl: ^u 

vfon iji! gnprj won if\ v. ijii won yi ifa usf 

I an ^Atl !h \im rfa njrnu awn 

mj nj itfitb *] 

ai fu iftou d , fi ft ifo 

& $ ft inou d rfhjiu 



X 



X Dateless, a. 

Daub, v. 

Dauber, «. 

JS Daughter, n. 

Daughter-in-law 

Daunt, v. 

Dauntless, a. 

Dawn, n. 

Day, n, 

^Appointed day 
^|f Day before yester 
day 



ttrmin ft mtm d 

^urfYntrnj mnti i 
f n ma tyft 

4Ail & RQ-aj ntfg nift 

j/j#i oytjifi $r4u ifinojcu 

Jiwl ft 

ft fllWUfl ft iff) 



7)11 



4ufi 



Jj/ Grows poorer from q t ^ w nn ft - 
day to day * » ^ 

Day light tfM u4j na"U ft %4f ii&n n 

K Holy day ft tlfeipffi 

^ Next day ^ tv fifl ft ftw{*& 

X* Every day 1\n ft tyi *) ftltl 

» Daybreak, n. th fy i*Jl P|f liW QftU wn &fm 

)( Day-book, n. flfyfl ** inciji 3XJ ft 

Jt Day-laboiw Att *1\4 fKJ ft «U ft mi ft 

Dase, v. tfi IrtWtmi u« u vi m 

Dazzle, v. i^i Itt'tisrvaii law itfa* «i Vh Uwfi in 

Dead, a, 4* vn yO|lu 4* mi 4Ali £ fan 

Dead-beaten. mi ife %t *** 

Dead heat tin inii jfi iis ins rthffiiirei & 



195 

Dead language mm £ kh?j uft jrwi fill! Infill 

The dead ^pnu pm tiWRiy 

He is dead 1*B1 ttf UKlVi Iish IT) W lift HJttJ Ulfc 

The dead and . T 3 A A 

wounded * R 1W iiR: * « U1« UCJR 

Deadiiess, n. rt&I HTU RTUi ifin IMj 

Deadly, a, . ir« Vhl# flVU" firoJVfl 

Deaf, a. g pmjn 4llj] l9fu \s ft? 

Deaf-mute, n Rultfywum 

Deafen, v. tflltfy §0 Winn $ tfl ty ttltffi 

Deal, v. 4tu <tv»vri urn tlu riii tfl fill 

A great deal . & Qjj irtti ' ttki BU Jim 

Dealer, n. ff#) *m $vAr!\n 

Dear, n. ^Itlu kfafa $fa 

Dear, a. 4? lllu ^i fo lifft 

Very dear liWf llfl ' lllu ^1 ffl WTT1 

Dearth, w. R7BJ if\ m fftlflTJ tfRRfl 

Death, n. FI7BJ BtWlttW WUI Iftfl JJHW 3408 

Before my death Itflfo HI ifta rimi wfi Jhl 4llt 

Death-bed, n. *$«* flU MU 

Deathless, a. 4j tfflji & tiltoS trthrOJU 

Deathly, a. lflfow im WH i*Itt m fill 

Debar, v. #W ifa *m Wty ftU ifal T& 

Debark, v. « *m lt&4 fo lift 

Debate, > 4 f\\K4l tJultfiiU i<« ttllliu bNl 



196 

Debasement % m Hi \#4i Jw riT5 till ItNi 

Debate, ». riiritotf) iir dnrfi 

Debate, v. £ ft n «T3 ^tawi ua limfi 

The point in debate ^i» ^TW fo Scum *fo ^1 iftw riu 

Debater, n. £-,fi w ^£ ft Jfej $u ^Taft'ffl W 

A315J QQU JffDJJ flliM R7BJ Q&W iWay 

rnj njj hot iip wn w arx aou in 
wutfa vrfUu h& 
' itlu wfi idu jru 

4m wfi nu i*iu 

nittfa «V 

To be out of debt mfwi uaa ion m ito w$ jfa 8u 

Debtor, n. fpwfi 

Law of debtor and ~ ±. * * „ 

creditor #T*KU: f ttft fo 8fU ■ 

Debut, #, nu eontjj $ tun 

Debutante, n. mijj am ^i oofitn flfi Wft 

Decad«, n. srtt: itimm #U S HJU »: 8u t 

Deeak>gii*r** wfctfajnp toi tknu liiw w:u:tani^ 



Dd>euture, n. 

Debilitate, v. 

Debility, n. 

Debit, o. 

Debris, % 

Debt, ti. 

To be in debt 
Discbarge one's 

debt 
Pay one's debt 
Kefnee to psy'a 

debt 
Contract a debt 

CoUee>«|ebt • 



Decamp, v 
Decant, v 
Decapitate, n. 
Decapitation, n. 
Decay, v. 
Decay, n 
Decease, v. 
Deceased, n 
Deceit, n. 
Deceitful, o. 
DeceitfuJneas, n. 
Deceive, v. 
Decei\^r, n. 
December, n. 
Decency, n. 
Decent, «. 
Decently adv. 
Deception, n. 
Deceptive, a. 
Decide, v. 
Decided, a. 
Deciirial, n. 
Decipher, v. 
Decision, n. 



1 97 

*ju ocn ^m rtu % iln 1u unit) 
*h4 ift i itlvi di *hi wi 
rf*» ftfv: tfcwo $"}« 
nu tfcwu $>* nu wfo w5 

nrai *hp «on &rw iflou 9 ift . 

^mnnjjij my onlhj 

$"lru fa rfnlferti ^ fc un ronj 

FI7I34 lit) tfH WlW ifattU 
tnj JJWUtJU fil&W 

Mm rtoj Rfitm 
no aw Wiro«i 

itau 6 **g eta tfyntjw ifom fUn«« 

mj tfa **• total i4q 
4j mmm m mi 

•fa nu wl* ifa fru h#) un 

• ^1 tfi ww &8 V^o tfiu ian w udfr u*n ipm 
fit aw fie- ifa dnw * mu mm [ ** ™ ^ 



198 

Declamation, n. m n ^ fo, 4 ^ $ u ^ ^ ^ nl| 

Declairaer, n. . ^^ jfoWtwwW 

Declaration, n. n Vt WU1 «fo M3VJ ^jfj fa 

Declare, v. q^ jf-^ t^nlF tigflpW wtflfrlOU 

peclare publicly djjtljTW fio wlR fjl flU 

Declare war Jun^j tf -, mKni 

Declare openly if!* IWSJ Rralffflfe 

Declare Bolemnly tkflWUll jfa K 

DeclenBion, n. < fr tf3 $ n Tj noy y^ n 

Decline, v. ^jj ft, Wl )j Jjgu jm ifey jll Y^fl ABU HI 

Decline, n. mj i&Qjj T^fl fl"ff Iff! OOU WW WW 

Declivity, «. £ am ai mn itlll tflu 

Decoction, n. . m$j 8o w* M W& *Vhi iJi 

Decoct, t;. VhtlTffo WwWoitVff 

Decompose, v. . naiu «hi ne drib Jmi tju wun r|i 

Decomposition, n. n* naTU idu rf iH« 

Decorate, v. dfcfffj mj UftJ 

Decoration, n. an if&W JTffMUTTCnf fltf «U WW llfaj an 

Decorator, n. ^ikmtftltfl lilflUJIfil 

Decorum, n. raw tfcarjfi ritaitaf fau 

D&coy, v. iiolrf'MifStMtijiiifit^l^uniJo ' 

Decoy, «. IffttiJ ffOllfi WV 

Decrease, v. tfeti «* i&MJ t)8U HI H« HI 



199 

Greatly decreased TTJWjnn wn )m ftitfnaiNTn 

Docree, n. _^ tirun35i nn 

When this was i % k . A A <x , 

decreed ^0 w n 2 * iiJ ^ ^tt u 'WKLJ5JJTB VUfflll WU 

Decreed, v. Itftl ftrfam fi jwng- 5k ; Wlfl 

Decrepit, a. ' un tr\ flj 

Decrepitate, v. au iflu: *] lAtJ !t)li <R 

Decrepitude, n. fWTU Jiri *nn RT13J WOU Yi^l Tfn 

Decry, v. flfta R*1 Wl M{i flfJlJ fll QliYn 

Dedicate, v. aam mjtrrfl 

Dedication, n. mj RRBJ 1TB flTO 

Dedicate, v. *Jfl \^ ttTftAftlri 

Dedicator, n. ^tm \vC $"tt7KJ Itf Ifrin 

Deduct, v. mfc an rih mil?" im «nn 

Deduction, n. fTtttffiafiai TTj.lftl BBfMTn 

Deed, p. w&fo jfhjcyi fi«mu my In •] n&iwnj 

Deem, v. iffa 71 fa 71 A^U 71 Rtf l$B 7) 
fjfi ^i ^rfl tnn nn b jj *h 
Vhltfr|n Vhltfafe Hh' 

Deeply, adv. \fto f|f» fal umAnj ^RU Bjj-flS 

Deer, ^. TTTH (R ifio ifif) 9Q $ 

Deface, v. ifoj mi »U wfcuu »tl wUl 

Defacement, n. 1TO fiU iSflti Atf ifoj JBtJ ifoj 
Defalcate,*. tfo flu ilm iff) Di4 ^1 im drTlJ* 

Defalcator,* ^h'fttt^ WtJinTJ' 



Defalcation, ft. 
Defame, t\ 
Defamation, n. 

* Default, *. 
Default, n. 
Defaulter, n. 
Defeat, v. 
Defecate, v. 
Defecation, x. 
Defect, n. 

Free from defect 
Defective, a. 
Defectively, adv. 
Defend, r. 
Defendant, *. 
Defender, n. 
Defense, n. 
Defenceless, a 
Defensible, a. 
Defensively, a<f«. 

* Defer,* 
Defiance, n. 
Defiant, a. 
Deficit, n. 



200 

flu tfilifftu WW 

itiWoiki^' Gum JKhiOwn 

n*B tJji^tu \t^l^tJ 4b 

im j& ife .-tfflx) ifilfo 

nu -Bin vtnfi msljjtf-iifa 

$ daeu tnoj^ mo ffo Yifosf 

wit ww aw* ft vw ann Vhltfutf' 

Vn Atfaowtfl*} wufi uufiR 

nu itllm p*u: nu oiu e^u: 

Tjlfirfwu" TwS^ 
Vbi wu 4j un *toi ii & <bqp 
\fi\i h Xk\j £ ^u tnti un ww 
tjtw rfit riulfr tlnu no ftta riu nu 
4nnti jTttfnu lift r a 
fttw n"u mm riUwiu 
on to {J'fiu #"> un" nu utfaft 
Jti\titi tl-tfG f tioi nu 4Ajj fi ^an*' 
rami *: tie? nu V" on fio ftioj riU 
tat* un*>u ifo tici nu nu 
elfclJf $jb efnlSf ufaiiu ilmAd 
nu#iin« • 

4jifc fteewiftam eJunihwih 
ww W ltai nri «i 



201 

Deficient, a. FrtWlal «U tBl^m 

Deficiently, adv. \$\kj mri IMJ on WJOJ 

Defile, » WtiJl* #>Wt*Jlufo» \l' fBW Itffl lift 

Defilement, n. flTBJ 51$ WW iJUfte 

Defiler, n. ^Vh Attuna ^ItfwutifJ 

Define, v. mill riivm* fiknu 

Definable, a. Tl 0>s 51 Glu'wltf' fo OH i+^Wld" 

Definer, to ^*BH UUR ^ffiUlU 

Definite, fl "ft Mli 4j ifo ITU itiw 

Definite anewer «0U rtJu fh iflU inn 

Definitely, twk>. tfrtj dU «DW tfiumiiYiuiU . 

Definition, n. rfi oltnii FiTttJ 

Deflect, t> tfittfimatAtl VhltfiRvTtmj 0*BU 

Deflective, a. it)u Mfi ItfuOMJ 4: Vh Wmlt) 

Deform,*- tfl UflfajlttU tfl Itfrfin B 

A Deformed face wjl *6w 

ADeformed lips tlm fin* 

Deformity, n. nu i trw uw nxi fimrlti 

^ Defraud, «. do tisfr tro iOT ul T»W 

* Defrauder, n. ^ifctriJ 1\ftrtf ^lli KiW 

^Defray, r Don rtfta/iiTm WHuumi 

"'* Defray**, *. $*eon v*fN^f 4^0 m* Au 

Deftly, «kto t#)H ftiifij ttfllb tf^U 0UU roi 

Defunct, a 4^ p»"rtj iirf5 



202 
Defy, «. itl ^l^si fiinjll 

Degenerate, v. jfcojj R j QxmR SOU YliTN *f 
Degenerateness, n. R31 W Jfou ftt FIT13J ifln at ;v 
Degenerate son oxin$ ynf' 
Deglutition, w. mj nail ffaft i. fit 14 fntVff 
Degradation, n. n*Q l&BN rfnfi 1Y» ttS'J flJ idviW 
Degrade,* v. ^nron lfaltfahlW WW ^in Ufl Itft&BHtJrJ 

Degradingly, acfo. t^y tjft&ojj ?m 

Degree, «. tJR s»n^a A jhu wtulu cnso ibu to *jmiw 

By degrees vi aafSn »t 14DU * ROll *| ill 

Of high degree ft j^r jj ft y« ffafi jjj 
Superior degree iju UU *ftl |T5 
The lowest degree «& aS *im fa 
Do by degrees rbsj efti tltro tfi RBti tfl AfM ill 
^degree ^ ** K^ B *^ & ^ il ^ ^ ^ ^ 

Deify, v. un ^ ito ith wj: i$u ii idu wj: 

Deign, t>. ttilfl Itf oyifinafltfr 

Deject, t>- , ifo tmtiVmj imi W tfllt^'tel^ 

Dejection, n. wnx\hl\l 

Dejectedly, adv, tmi lfo ttBtl U . t»KJ Is ifo 

Dejecta, fk '^ifcuat&wnfc 

Delay, t». *I.Vf# fi* IriWti! B\j eft . tt'lfci # 

Some what delayed +i a^j mloti *6f 6^ ^ s: fi #1 WWfili 



203 

Dsfcgate, n. gfo y$\ $\d tljtfpj UYlU $h\i W $'ft n'TJ 

Delegation, n. S° W! «£*! HTJ W^cfViM 

Delete, v jfa 0Qn STTI fiBU At) BOH Iffol 

Deleterious, a. 4* atvrj Ufl nitl ; t!U Itftvitt 
Deliberate, v. or a. fltp WW- flSTKUl &P tfu IWJU M1*JQ *5*S U 

Deliberate with g® wife to «1U flqn KSQJ to 

Deliberately, adv. to gSfo £fj tfKJ ISWU1 

Deliberation, n. nu drjnfcn tTU Wt|n MM 

Delicate, a. mi laoilf) Utfitlft fi^lU RtiiBN 

Delicate person flu JjJ hi LOU till 

Delicate work rru iatkjfl d wo lafojn 

Delicious, a. Sfl Ojay (|j toTCBfl Ultl iT.yi 81P.U 

Deliciously, adv. \f\M oiou Ufl 

Del-iciousness, ». ami QJOtJ itlu $ tt 

Deftght, n. nm ku Is Cuft 

Delighted, p. a. itlu f) Civi^i -BQLI Is tli Is <j j 

Delightful, a. 4j*ltffluH Itffojls 

Delightfully, arfv. trnjltfaouls tmj Vh Itfarurj U 

Delineate, v. W UUU tlMtM «"0J TK UtltJ 1^0 rttJU 

Delineator, n. $"311 UUU Tirf»Utltl ifto l$tm 

Delinquent, n. tfVl fa Villi W&\i\ ^fep 

Delinquency, n. flTJ fa yt flU fifTlfltt fa yt 

Deliquesce, v. n»TU itlu tfitmi ft) MlU^iu Sin Bin"** 

Deliquescent, a. 4* fitintll^lliti t|p tnmfl B^UTU 



Delirium, n. 

Delirium tremens 

Delirioue, a. 

Deliver, v. 
"Deliver over 1 
Deliver up J 
Be delivered from 

Delivery wagon 

Advice of delivery 

Deliverance, n. 

Deliverer, n. 

Delivery, n 

Delude, v. 

Deluge, n. 

Delusion, n. 

Delusive, a. 

Demand, v. 

Deinandable, a. 

Demandant, n. 
According to your 

demand 
DemandB, n. 

Demarcation, n 

Demeanor, n. 

Demented, a. 

Dementia, n> 



204 
Km aaao iitfc « a*!? ft3Ui i??olai £ »* -*> 
mtu «*ft tKtmAviy $n inn ifii* nu 

mXti tiftot; jjou Itf ' "r»q« u«f 

an 4wixi idj 
\ti uon w> « 

f*Mtj Itfifo* sin yp/ ^"^ tmnrfti 
nu firj noAii ifrym: ilia? an i 
4h tfi Vfa* Q« no Itf vw an Gr 

mjfh<a7u\tf8ntw 

4* B"W *»: foj 1fc lifr w V" 

f$ (ton Jw . j^^mf 

WW RT04 tkuiffft Will tftti ^ .Hm 

rhftwro dhwfttmto* 
m» dn i*6m wj"* wrf! tinf wrw cwru 
thonlimf nth)W film nit 
ifciu* lahJfinto fi<Vtoi«ftth 

W UW ft* IRUJ4 §Uj ifflfri 



Demi, prefix 
Demigod, «. 
Demise, v. 
Demise, n. 
Demolish, v. 
Demolition, n. 
Demon, n. 
Demonic, a. 
Demonstrate, v. 
Demonstration, n. 
Demonstrator, n. 
Demoralize, v. 
Demulcent, n. 
Demur, v. 
Demur, n. 
Den, 7i. 
Dengue, n. 
Denial, n. 
Denier, n. 
Denominate, v. 
Denomination, n. 
Denote, v. 
denounce, «* 
Dense, g* 



,205 

$£nn& ithi i«5i rw *<« 

Vha-xj 5d npu mu 

(Juts a fa wtiuni 
RR*iu nil iiu rtti Spi*» 

rnj tfotnu «m ru* pirai wl»u 

^fu^R* *ltu4l W mi f) n 
Vvm.liteJij fmxj &jr, 

Pallia a#) 6m uOfi wfe 

rr» Wd.iw G <« ifanlfrtiu tin 
tunu twjTuii jfafap imuiTi 
lb* j nn. , nW : - : ilT3fe*ifcmfl 



X Density, n. 

V Dense forest 
y> The air is dense 
with fog 
Dent, n. 

Dent, v. 

Dental, o. 

Den tat ed, a. 

Dentifrice, n. 

Dentist, n. 

Dentistry, n. 

Den tit' on, n. 

Dentoid, a. 

Denude, t>. 

Deny, v. 

Deodorize, v. 

Deodoriser, n. 

Depart, v» 
Depart from the 

original 
Department, w. 

Departure, n. 

Depend, v. • 

It depends on 
Depends entirely 

on 
Y&t way depend 

upon it 



20£ 

Finuuuu Fmii aim uw ifia 

mm* vmVld ifej mi an %m 

JOU ytJ 

aw flu 

4j idu din ntstj 4t ft wtfri •) i«iu f!u iaou 

«n $ flu w «fn flu 

>m %m Yiuef a«vitf 

mj fi flu 4u flu ran 

4i & $i wu flu 4j Aifoj nti wu 

iillfw don iron l^wufi 

dfjim lu nojj fo 1u uau h «Tjj 

tiRuniu Itfouifin&u « 

ubi natj n&u u* tii in rtSu 

Id Id *m iron troutd oan «nn an *»™ 

irI qu am* ^m ifu mtiti 

ifaimw fifciiro nw mji 

«u sn mm *m rmld^m nwi 

aifraw s* a*i 

iilu'lhft'TWun iiitSiwopnli 



207 

Dependence, tt. rtiJJ ik^n* RTBJ $M llri MTU ^ B|J tu ll5pfff * 

Dependent, a. 4f WBJ 4u llri 4l #01 fo 0{j 

Dependency, ri. m? $U url ifio* &U 

Dependent upon §1$ inn m llri ifiw nil 

Depict, v.'" uon-l^lntj ifa ifou li^iwijQii 

Deplete, v. Vhlvfafou RI rn ItfrilKS uqu RI 

Deplore, v. ifo) *U ifio itlu ^TITM^D 

Deplorable, a. tm lh W WTJ lh slm 

Deponent, «. WUTV y\ fiTltna 21^3 

Depopulate, v. Vh lifftj ulai Itfriwjj ilbu ar. 

Depopulation, «. fl-ff tw 'an TJTU aft 5TUfjl VB?J »J 

Deport, v. lUjriVlfilt) fbltl Wild W tfild »l 

Deportment, n. flltll llcwqfi B^OnWtf' 

Depose, v. troa ^m $ nfj« sin im 1#nu (ju yU 

Deposable, a. Bli Rtf aon *nn !JPf «»m rhllWW 

Deposit, n. UDJ^dWfr* Dn din iw 4l WV^ 

Deposit, v. dm J-mlS* rw aiT^ la as Tj" 

Depositary, w. $fil fhtn TlBI fi dml^ 

Deposition, w. rfxltfrnj nu flow sin mSi ^ 

Depositor, n. $*dm Tl£tf $"d-»n Tlftt^ 

Depository, ». ^i ft 'BW dm ^i dm 101 

Depot, n. bitiitfhy ^rinrolfi $nrii 

Depravity, n. flwA hi R7W*& £l jfy HH 

Deprave, v. tfl^ttftfV Mllt^^l 6l 



* 



Depreciate, v 

Depredate, v. 

Depredation, n. 

Depress, v. 

Depression, n, 

Deprive, v. 

Deprivation, n. 

Depth, n. 

Deputation, n. 

Depute, v. 

Deputize, v. 
X Derail, v. 
X Deputy, *. 
x Deputy official 

Derange, v. 

Derangement, n. 

Dereliction, n. 

Deride, v. 

Derisioq. ». 

Derivation, n. 

Derive, v. 
Derma, \ M 
Dermis, J n 
Dermatology, n. 

Derogate, v. 



208 

tlifti diaiy aaift) * 
tWUnftr nuriiaxi 

flftlW tfl!tfajJ»J tflltftlOSjl* 

;wn 3u #> ifiiAjJ li «m riRi an 

icilti ^in ioiltl ifoj Tai "tafij lu tin 

nu Iti jot uoi rnj iQi autjfiltJ 

Wi»j rp i rjn wflfiu 

•8 itivi ^uyiu mltJ faj q'iuh 
r!J i\lu ^uyiu Itfotiu $T fj uvm 

UlllPI ^Tfl tt! WD 3H 

ty"jt $*& nu arm tlufi tl aoi . 

drift fisu 

tfi Itufo Jiifou lififiaou «nn ibnR 

n a pfi U iTn son to nu ifn -eon mi 
«i* ifi in: itjt ylt f pn' 
fro ifi irr luruft nu w ur p qn 
rrn oon m iifl mi oon «nn ^ ifai 
oon jmiii rfuiUjj iftn u* son ^in 

>5i uw Sj wifiunylw tfu in« iu.- 



Derrick, n. 

Descend, v 

Descendant, n. 

Descension, n. 

Describe, v. 

Description, n. 

Desecrate, v. 

Desert, /#. 

Deserted village 

Deserted place 

Deserter, n. 

Desert place 

Desert, v. 

Desertion, n. 

Deserve, v. 

You deserve yoor 

fate 
Design, v. 

Design, «; 

Designer, w. 

Designable, a. 

Designate, v. 

Designation, «. 

Designedly, adv. 

Desire, v. 



209 

lan an urn isn Su <w • m vum 
mill m a* ui »u mm *n 
ifc wsrna w/'npa an au i$o 
ms aJ Id nu a* i^>ld 
*ffiu« nan #J afuyu uon afiyru 
n*& Isfcrd dnwmu nu Itfuuij nu uftiiifttvT 

ikiu win • ft rm *nj 

tjiu !tj 

ft tli ida^i ^i rfa flu 

^wti mwij wu no* 

i\ fin 4iljj ifia u* 

Vib amu m\l foft 

nu vw sm ui ft ttw wOld rnj fo i 

mj ft "kIr** R3 ^Itf' 

mi ifi-mll i nrcrfmi nmf 

4* y* -rc'U' 4* fin otu <*: i«n 

m $ m? waft ul fS 4o utii tfwuwt 
wnulktfi uniBtfi 



810 

Desire, n. .fmadrKWl • RTttJ BtnnV' wtjjJi 

According to my -^ . , 

desires W<»«IW ipj RT8J tJJTOin 

Desirous, a. \* trtimlfl'' tljTCWI 

Desirable, a. fa gfc fl gj q; ouin Itf' 

Desirously, adv.- \^ wr»mwui tnsj iffai Ay Rmj tbitmi 

Desist, t\ viyfi rolfr 

Desk, rt, \fe ft tfj ^fc ^fe <tfi ^yu wumfi 

Desolate, ». lih ItttfridlTi VhllfrffaRB 

Desolate, a. 4l hi ItJsh itl&M itllh 

Despair, v. ikl^ '^s CiQil \* TOJR WT\£ 

Despairingly, «dv. \ m ^ m mX iZ tr)U JKi V$ 

Despatch, t. VTltHmj & MUtt/ltl 1u JJ1 

Desperate, a. 4l ifol \* $0 lli RmiVU TN TOJR WJfllk 

Desperado, n. Rli jfa cmjj^ 

Desperation, n. rjoj q*5j^ wjr ffft.tfitJ RTlJjtvitw 

Despise, v. ? ?H §1 tin inftttfl «ft tkNTO V»8u 

Despicable^**, tfu NJ4 *: in$UR 

Despite, jwep. &TO& 

Despitefnt a. iffu Atl rquj tl»nn fa iflta rtfcj ft* g jn 

DespitefuHy, ad,*-. *Witj ft ^n i&4 ifaj 87)34 fifi fa 

Deepoil. v. Ill rriiTJTTlf 

Despond, tf. YltJP» trilfKl' ' lfcl\% ftnifcfitKJ 

Snle^} «W*g ; fl»J»lU : 

Despondent, a. fa ilh %mh SlMi t»t>fi tnUu 



211 

Despondently, <uk. lay tfoj \* tfiy Vim Vl5l 

Desquamate, v. a^f) RBfl t)?m IfUtlu iflfifl *| 

Dessert, ». «cqj vmu ftjtkvnu my V\*U QIVITJ 

Destination, n. t)jny YtlT ^TPl V) «K M 

Destiny, w. fl«j/ JVlfltf' ^ffl.daiU 

Destitute, a. «tffl 8li ifaFiTJ *fi1f «W QUITO 

Destitution, n. proj ifo flU ftufiTJ WUI tnn *U €l 

Destroy.^. teHl 'ffowflTnj Rlltfa 

Destroyer, n. yTjfa eifilOJ eJ*»tJ $1J tflRiy 

Destruction, w. FOU! 'falfl HTS JO ^1»XI 

Destruttiveness, n. Divm V5l»"KJ" lt^TB"3 fc^" 

Detach, v. nun ^m fm pfa sin rm 

Detachment, n> niJ «£fl BQfl ^n riu 

Detail, v. Itfflfbtftti ififrufl lttt) tttfl $ fiifltf 

Detail, w. rhj ftaflTl 

Detain, p. pjjl^ flf^' <ll^ *ft nn «BJ 

Detainer, ?i. fc>n IdTtfioy Tl -«J^ii «BJU 

Detect, *.'.-'. m in* iun itiy 

Detective, m. ttlflPl fiti flQJ flOA -iltttJ 

Detective, a. 4: 834 RM «W« HTJ ffBf) UUN 

Detector, n. ^ffOfl "llUti tffal 

detention, n. tlTJ ffo ^l^f DTJ (iff llfrulj tfi 0^ 

Deter, tf. ifal ffa *fe Ifll * * 

Detergent, n. tnthu ^Vlfhl jnuAtt ,' 



Deteriorate, v. 
~ Determination, n. 
Determine, v. 
Determinedly, adv 
Deterrent, a. 
Detest, v. 
Detestable, <L 
Dethrone, v. 
Detonate, v. 
Detour, n. 
Detract, v. 
Detriment, «. 
Detrimental, a. 
Develop, u 
Development, n. 
Deviate, v. 
Deviation, n. 
Device, n. 
Devil, n. 
Devilish, a. 
Devious, a. 
Deviously, acta. • 
Devise, v. 
Devisable, a. 



212 

sti tra Itf ita m tfitefatHi , 

foijdiim'iinltMi . ^jCnimi 
nfj maun finmSu'U 

lifamn ^m mnlR, tmn sin wbj jYimjJtfli 

tin ban, - iu nr mt «w 

riuwTu nul^tlntvDiffioy 

id* bbti tfi Itftlnng 4u fl$ aon. , 

rtuj i<5ry iOn urn *u m 

uun ft Qft utiu Vh liftfo ml j *tti mi m* 

mrtfa-utljwM«nninr 

fmNtteftt*}f utitiutlu ^flfifitu ntnw 

tmi tibu fou urn \u wj 

fin $U rlK QTU ft* BtJltl 
4lSHr1»imWlrf' 



213 
Deviser, it. ^Rfi thu -Wl *m *bv qtl"KJ " 

Devoid, a. tfuTwfi 4*illlh vu 

Devolve, v. un ;tau Ufruri au 4u ifaw Vfari b\i 4u 

Devote, v. \fr\m RTWiiojjU tinytw ^itijjnjxu 

Devotedness, n. nrflJ ifctuilff 
Devotee, w. tf'tljjnjTW fftu BRJ^H 

Devotion, n: ami ftfferi 671W dgtljim flnfljlflji 

Devotional, a. 4l tdu d*J flTJ tfal 4l If 1\4 mj tfou »m *Q 
Devour, v. flu turn flu ran*: unn utriftu L, « : ™ 

Devout, a. 4l ifcu V flftm 

Devoutly, adv. t«J flftn lioiila tnti pftta tlititffi 
Dew, n. Jilfa. 

Dew drop, n. \fi ffcl VKJfl VKIfl \ft «ft» 

Dewy, a. idunififfa UwJiftll $«Jid1t 

Expose to the dew, f\m vfi rill 
Dexterity, n. «T8J Wb WTM RllfW UWI3 

Dexterous, a. h* 301 *b Afioi Uftffa tu tT» Vfnw 

Dexterously, adv. \f\M IfflU ft&m Uftji? WWb 
Dhoby,n. ^11 ¥h llhfl . 

TK,prefia WOT JTOUW tknptJ tfi <u dfe fd.g.L 

Diabetes, n. <{,„ J; itn W7m ^ ltn ^m 

Diadem, n. ^ ^ 

Diadem(forwomen)j Wt? 2 f? ^ ft*^ 
Diagnose,t;. uwflT^fltm fhWU 



214 

Diagnosis, n. • m fa^ \ w \ m \fft iin: ufaum* 

Diagonal, a. & w ifc th mStM >pj fil iju 

Diagram, n. ^jj t&O WV A\iU jfa EfajliJ WW 

Dial, «w ; v«H *oi uiflm una r uiftm ur>fi 

Dialect, n. ffawu^Wff .mm * 

Dialogue,!*. rnf f) tmi W&tJ ffa ^Wfiftw) 

Diameter, n. . jjfa wi nau » DRiJ R7Bj nfti uvU 31 

Diametrical, a. d"RJ iffa Wl flRTJ 31 

Diamond, n. itfaj' 

Diamond (shape) «1 OUU 6 

Diamond ear ring «u ^ iffaf 

Diamond ring uwu iWTlf 

Diaper, n. eh ffoa 

Diaphoresis, «.' flTJ rt&O Ban ann *| 

Diaphragm, n. mail Ml *BOJ flu Util 

Diaphragmatic, «. 4< flftltl i£p IMJ fijcsjl W 

Diaphoretic, fk til *tfo n6o 

Diarrhoea, % . ' tjfl t* ifai ifaihl - 

Diary, n. Atumfjiuft ffjyutojTufa 

Dicker, v. - fiti w fW % wn ■« rrai 

DStkjyn. ^tfifHiin * 

Dice, n. | n '** | n -W w:,w **• 

Dictate, v. jft tfojil l#"i<«\JurJ-in #» 

Dictate, ik rfi «fe .m$ uon 



Dictation, n. 
Dictator, n. 
Dictatorship, «. 
Diction, n. 
Dictionary, n. 
Did, 



215 

m* i$tm din #1 

ms utan -ft fa \#$ nu Xftfa m 
Xftf Do. ill ^IfTtJarnoti 



Die, «. Died, Dying g^ ^ $ w ,fa .^ fa uri fawnm iifi 

Dieinthetlra JM*/*II ttlwlll [ ^ * ° ttitimi 

Die from hunger Q ft Q1W j tyy 

Died from sfcknese ^ ™fo su ma "U #nu 

Diet, w. . mviu i^mta iw.flu. ■'*"••• 

Diet, v. iliOi era? & tkmu aim #*b5 unm 

On diet jfoj Ofi utM. U«M iftw $n ttWfl trnw 

Dietary, a. jjw BW iferiOtJ fa] QTVITJ 

Dietetics, tk >ai UW BTTYU mi l$!tt ift'tnft 

Differ, v. flfi rfU iittan ffa a* ffU 8* 

Each different nu «: tKJ*H fHl Qf! tTU iff A 

Difference, u WwtlS flfVfftl FHTW «1T ffli ^>JJ jfo 

Different from ift&OU RUTwlrf -»7fl V ^ 

Different, a.' 4lQaffti fSutfu iltlun ftu tfltjUaTfo 

Differently, adv. t MJ sin rfU ifom ffa 

Different class* ifemti W"tf *| ffU <rwn ifkm ftU 

Difficult, a. inn 4f iRvLullfhi n 

Many times more A . • * A ♦ 

difficult wmuttfmufnjiinuMiv* 



216 

Difficultly, adv \m uin ^Mj iftum 

Difficulty, n. flTftj farm iflf «fa DTK Ittf! l^TUTH * 

Diffidence, n. atbj iota] «7iw njrwin 

Diffident, a. 4j ncum VUl TO \* 

Diffidently, adv. \anntfi^ WtSnwnn 

Diffuse, v. tfilifriw wiki liftlnnjj uni waitjltJ »■ 

Diffuse, a 4i fold Vlfc 4j uw wraild tfs 

Diffusely, a<*v, tmj TKI TW ift fo TiU 

Diffusion, n. ffflU fo Tltjld flTBj UW ViaHJ llf 

Diffusible, a. o>s 4imhultl iff), fj-ffi iiW-wyyV' 
Dig, v> Dug or Dig- . 

ed 1* * 

Dig up from the 1fl ^ TO Irf-Jhi Jhuieiuftii 

earth f 
Dig out from under ifa ODD an ifa ODD *Tf) faifr 

Digest, d. *« «m ' irinu tin hwwtu VHu l-» 

Digester, W; ; *W $ *B» Ijfaarai 

Digestible, o. 4l tm '*: aantilrtT 

Digestion, ». tlTJ slou »»TU UW oWIflU i^Q Ul «l* ? 

.Digestive, a. 4i^l ttfwitti. 4* imi li^ftanu laftoPi 

# Digger, n. ^ ^ & ihwflb jp 

Digging, n UBft^fiuJ lio y *oi fh 

Digit, n. & tkfojft) 

Digital, a uva ib daw & i*w dffo* jth 

Digitalis, n. til tll^l TTtt llSll iiMl t« 1^ 

Dignified, * •» > tlnrrofl $w tmm titffn ftof * 



Dignify, i 

Dignity, /*. 

Becomng one's 
dignity 

Conserve one's dig- 
nity 

Unbecoming to 
dignity 

Dignitary, n. 

Dike, « 
Dike, r 
Dilapidate* v. 
Dilapidation, n. 
Dilate, v. 
Dilatable, a. 
Dilation, n 
Dilater, a 
Dilatory, a. 
Dilemma, n 
Diligence, n. 
Diligent, a. 
Diligently, adv 
Diluent, n. 
Dilute, v ; - 
Dilution, n 
Dita, a. 
Dim, v 



217 



U3}*n rinfi ymw 
wjww wi tm sj* 

tfiaounu 6 ,£iutj 
tfiln^ift tnjftld him 
rtoj hilm rtoj ft) ami 9 wjn Wii 
tfi livtaij rtfii ithlirttli 

lljWOtl -f^U flTOJ lwu totu iw 

wfcw tin 

R7&4 SU 1* «»14 il&i 

QJTJJ VMK4 ifitir MTU a.*h/ In TI3U 12151 

4j tufa 4i Cl fliuj ifiw pirnf 4i l&u 
itw yi Vfrfo ifo Uumh 

jJ5 V nawv 4i Clfi til Q^j 



218 



Dimension, n. 
Diminish, v. 
Diminution, n. 
Diminutive, a. 
Diminutiveneea^ i 


win. ww «bqt $ £ Vt m "ft Tn 
■an tfilsftleu «i .l^tiow ai 

BTBJ ill! ifotj |J flXttJ An WJBU 

*• ami i^n tlmj" 


Dimly, adv. 
See dimly 
Dimness, «. 




Dimple, n. 
Dimple, v. 


ran urfSi tfyj jmi «■» tpj utftj «bou 
ilh trf^itta uifc ami* 


Din, n. 


ifau m ifai & 


Dingy, at 


irh ah flfi 


Dine, v. 


ili tra ifttu ma* iSu 


Dining room 


iftw ft] tlaanu trwr 


Dinner, n. 


i» w» ftj djrrnu uatllu nu ilwtlfe 


Dinner for friends liw UW 


Prepare the dinner il W lW!i (Hi 4+1 ^9 HU 


Dip, n. 


erm i6u« ttm aaiaj «w ifi t+i'U' 


Dip, v. 


rin Tyu tfiw Rlfl at 


Dip tip 


lift lift .fa 


Dip out 
Dip down \ 
Dip in j 
Diploma, n. 

Diplomacy, n. 


afutntmn 'toi/itran ^ 

-JfcfliwfTltlFafra 



219 

Dipper, n. na^jw rualiM ft p tfivrftj tff) \fi 

Dire, a. itlu vi V»\ll ?^«n \* €j 

Direct, a. hi ew Hi rnj mm: 

Direct, v. tfi uu: ui uan vrtf 5 ua ms 4 u«u 

Direction, n. YIN fifl Pi m R1 UI flU 

Director, n. ^tfajT) n*S flftlfltl l«fi n«J ^Ul 

Directly cu/v. fl lfl*n ffoj vm VI mi \f\ XfKl 9\U 

Directness, tu mtu sw R3ttJ ivilll WW 

Directory, n. xyf\ jjjumyu *ira iijQJ 

Dirigible, a. 4* QTS tiidbXfrte} VW mQ 

Dirge, tt. *iWW UI tttfi «W 

Dirk, n. nq*ff uQfi v»vw ff. ilW faj nt]1 

Dirt, w. tfrtfljn R^uilwtfljn riuj itliprnSou 

Dirty, v. VhrtflfioutfltMn 

Dirty, a. iftnu 4? tsruw uqjj- smdsn 

Doable, v. Vh Itfwmj Jm arm itojto 

Disadvantage, n. PlttJ *&J itJluu «TO4 filler! 
^vantageously ^ ^^ dj _ W 

Disaffect, v. vh IriVinu fn i&qw tf i Ws m wn mi - 
Disaffirm, v. ygim liJ UOJJ fa Tl <$* 

Disagree, v. ifcaou pjnfl i#u W till liJ f\U *J ffU U4 1M 

Disagreeahle, a. 4limnat'fl 4*Vbi flujflflffa 
Disagreement, n. rtiu $u «u ffii «tjj u«n llUfl ^ JW rfU 
Disallow* v. ^ ju . Ill HOW - \u 0^0)111 



Disanimate, v. ^^^^ ft-fto 

VDkappear, * w1 yliJ pjjTj ^J ft ^ m 

Disappearance, n. irff vnu (hit! Ill 

Disappoint, t>. l^i^u Is Taj tin tlnron VlffmhiU 
Disappointment, n. ^^^ ^ „«$ djaWfi' \fr W34 £ ^ui 

Disapprove, *. vnriSta ft iiTw pn Tji «JOJJ l?iu ifitJ 

Disarm, v. ^J J w iF jfoj an Wfl Q1 ^ 

* „ disarrange, v. yh ^fofoj jafiyu Ita u Ton KIT Itf^J Qi 

Disaster, n. w ^ -^ m ^ inrttftiu RTOJ ^UTi 

Disastrous, a.- 4l iSSu fi 4j iRrnftfcj W» uw itt^jfo 

Disavow, v, T34R1 djjMn 

Disband; v, i&nnBtftw iSnmn nfTltfaiifft wn win nir^TU 

Disbelief,^. rtuiTaI i%qTaj fiQ * lifa ilTii ^1 

Disbelieve, v. Tii l4lQ TlJ Jil miifi^ 

Disbeiiever, n. $Vl &t . $\!i ifal^l tifci 

Disburden, v. itlfiBl Y^mr itllfaj RtfU Yjmflu *W 

^Disburse, v. ^ <imhu Vfowau 

Disbowel, V. iBlllh^ BBfl IBT IF&BJ lu OBfl mtt 

Discard, «. tiflfi III, BBfl ifallw 101 Ifttf' 

Discern, v. ifta srlifift fHutui If! firw g 

^Diseharge, v. daBt] i^ll Ifilli TwfJ BBfl 

-^Discharge a gan fljtiu 

j^Disciple, n. jn fW 

DiBcipKnejv. flftitti fin ami ffo Ittlfutlttfcjtl 



221 

Discipline, n. MTU fin W »BU UUtJ HSUlfitJU 

Military discipline n:tflU 1091 

Disclose, v. ifiw iwu mim Itftimrj 110111 wtu fill 

Discloser, n. ^"itifl lfci?J 

Disclosure, .«. mj idfi iwy rfff 4b iSL 

Discomfort, «. ifollJ 1^84 firm aftfttJ 1*1 ttfttltt pi 

^thscorafort, n. fcTQjlll itk iya ' r ~ 

< Discommode, v. ifa lifan flitim sorau \ ' « 4 #: 

Disconnect,!;. wllfanfl ROUnu ti&OU stfi ffif - 4 

Disconnection, ft. DTJ inn WBU Sin fill 

Disconsolate, a* llm^n R3T3J tlfilifi dfcUjJ fo mil VBJW * 

X Discontent, rc. . fiT&AjJWoK BTIJJ RU*ta * 

I Discontentment, n. Mjildu fl RTtfJ «U *U ^ 

% Discontinue, «. viyn my i§n nmj w uf ** 

V D. a contract, i»n ttOU ttlt$0 W*njfyi 

Discontinue a work iSnniS V^lfl fYB 
.Wish to a the^ ^ ^ ^ ^ $n ^ ^ 

partnership . » i* , ■ ■ ■ 

Discord, n. |jj itfj ffa &W. MM in lu 1^1 tfU 

Discordant* a. 4 J ifa tflUW ma? 4 J U1F) J 

Discount,*. man anW' iftuflwaTU 

Discountable, a. 4l D"rl SH w 4$ R2 'fin Fil ftfl 
5 i Discourage, v. ■ XfriiniW VhWUvforiBll 
\ Discouragement, n. BT&j V*0 Is ami OOU £B*1 Vl 
i Discourse, v. MUM JTUYIU1 mta iteu 



222 

rnj nrn faj uot ffu la 
wjnn day W'twns \u Ssi 
4j unm film winu *io 

WlWtJ ifln RJTJJ riiuwlrt* flUMJ 
Discover a thing ^^^^ WW U 

Pid.not D. any Ijjlfufta 31 & Ml 111 Ml ftuTwl^BWJ 
Discovery, n. n¥ Wlj niJ ^ AWlJ niJ ^ wu 

Go oh a voyage of,, 
D. 



Discourse, n. 

Discourse upon 

Discourteous, a. 
Discourteously, 

adr. 
Discover, c. 



Discoverfr, n. 

Discredit, v. 

Discreditable a. 

Discriminate, v. 
X Discreet, a. 
^Discreetly, adv. 

Discretion, n. 



id inn ensri^s Id 1^3 an m 
fnu d: Ju^m n 

4l ifa UflftfiJJ R3UI UtjfiO 

sfijfljiru ram imujwt m 
tnu ^flu £*BGLI 

Years of discretion my WQ »jj £a P ^ 0T J Itf'irjJSri llH 
^Discriminate, a. 4l QT^ ffWhrni Kvfoit 
xDiscuss t>. VryitfTm • dfjnwi rru oon Fmw i$u rit* 

DiscusB the budget tlqnwi 7; djSJTJU «14 VH"Ki JT3H¥ 

Discuss this point ipyj rfy \y tffe ft 

Discussion, «. mj ^ qi n *ii mj iwfii ami i$u rm 
X Disdain, v. $b ii on urm tnnu f pn 

?C Disdainful, a. iSjj &y aims ; pn uam film li^ 



i Disease, n. DTj ^M *m wtfh fW WiJPn uw ttfclX V 

f Disembark, v. M ^m rlifiu im un t ^« 'Ml* 

Disembody, t>. \ifarw ^m mu rill *m mu 

< Disengage, v. tfittfrtfy: 7)3 fo tijf iu i TailWp 

disentangle, v. nrflu >h ltfanu ^1 ' *$ Itfaji 

Disfigure, v. tfiltflfojro Vhl#fil5?*Q 

^Disfavor, n. RQTWrfo ^ fi R3TU TOU 

if Disfavor, v. T»flri% flTfcl UBt) flm4 BWjttljfl 

Disgrace, n. ami mu ViiSl ifoj m RTftJ Bti BUJ 
1 Disgracefully, adv. tmj tfa iftwJItJrl ' 

Co verwith disgrace wjim WIJ >h lf^R3TU fttJ BTtt tifcl til 

:' Disgraceful, a. w enu tkmjti rifti mi tfoj iftajfiun 

; Disguise, .». , ilfUffitlftOU <TU1U 4"Ui«4 pft 

vDisguiser, v. ^uw m ll&BJj filial ijaojj 

?; Disguisedly, adv. IflU 1*5 ^^ "ftltfU 

- s Disgust, 7i. fWTHilto W4TU llloltl 

Disgust, v. Yhltfitta Vh Itfmfan «m ifltfu ifio - 

Disgustful, a. 4j ill infofl «m i$b wim 

Dish, v.. rift $u STtt Iff TW 

Disb r n. -STU «n\4MJU TIN 

Dish cup-board f tfeu TW 

Dish towel eJl rfn TW 

Dish on a standard S1U As 

Dishearten, v. \frim\l VhVMfcVl 



Dishevel, v. 

Dishful, n. 

Dishonest, a. 

Dishonestly, adv 
VDiahonesty, n. 

Dishonor* v. 

Dishonorable, a. 

Disincline, v. 

Disinfect, v 
^Disinfectant, n. 

Disinherit, v. 

Disinter, v. 

Disinterested, a. 

Disjoin, v. 

Disjoint, w. 

Disk, n. 

Dislike, t\ 

Dislocate, v. 

Dislocated, a. 

Dislocation, n. 
){ Dislodge, v. 
>£Di8loyal, a. 

Dismal, a. 
y Dismay, «. 



224 

tfl IttcjJJ ^! ty ft iJflOtt C4« p jf 

'iftjmw win inn n& 
4* tni . Via 4o *fcsf VfrWliflil* 

ami r f\ tm iTlnTwV' 

4i tfenorj $foj milifaratj iflwRtm 

sn Vhmfcj lib ^i iriwtjfi 

^ $14 *in ptjjin*' ion nau $u mi 

til ltf*nip « ww !b Vh UiR&au ww «te . 

mi. rauiminaii 

TiilifaiBt] intom Itfti rtjj &fto* 

4* mfttm con sin ^ . 
• nu mAou rat* *m k mi jfltau oon ^m & 
Vtt] w fi oy la ^m i ffa 

tfj 4ifi will idl two* 
*-T*mHtetIh 



22$ 

Dismember, v. yj-, ^ jfo, nw ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ < 

Dismiss, v. BynjIW lif w^flfro Itfaafl ^Tfl tfuiwll flQfk 

Dismiss a complaint^ $ Di fa '*• ^ * 

Dismiss a servant .^ flu Vftfa ^ ^ n «fa QQn 
Dismissal, n. mi'tlQfl STf) FiUVtlil WU BOH -STfl <i 

filjj fli So Ai no & 

Vh Irtj «uu lw idu icitiutj 



Dismount, t. 
Disobedience, *», 
Disobedient, a. 
Disobey, v.. 
Disobey orders 
Disorder, d. 
Disorder, n. 
Disorderly, a.* 
Disorderly, «rfv. 
Disorganize, v. 
Disown, v. 
Dispatch, v. 
Dispatch, it. 
Dispel, v. 
Dispensary, n. 



rtqj }u,nu mw m: nt 

%Au itlu fioi itlu m m: n: jti $ 

.iih Vfamfi «wr.mi iluti You 

\jfti 7) *du hdi *| $ d gun 

Iff Itfinti & iw tjoiIiI tfcvm $W 

rm <a 1u iw mr in ltf iia*3 A 



Dispensatory, n. fai vmwj tfmti nu d$! ifftm w lia tkita MX 

tn. 1 *- ' L fin n 

Dispense, *. U^n W » 

Dispenser, n. ^lwn*TU «B*H ^WVRJ 

Disperse,*. tfiTitawfa tww. Wuihiwtoi 



Dispersion, n* 

Displace, n. 

Display, v. 

Displease, 0.^ . 

Displeasing, a. 

Displeasure, n. 

Dispose, v. 

JtDispose of 

At the disposal of 

^Dispose to 
^Disposed to lazi- 
ness 
Disposition, n. 

Dispossess, v. 

Dispraise, n. 

Dispraise, v» 

Disprove, v» 

Dispute, n, 

Disputer, n. 
^Disputed territory 
y Cause disputes 

^Msqualify, v. 

Disquiet, n. 

Disregard, v. 
V Disreputable, * 



226 
fnj nun ffll tre urn ncsiti 
tfh •JxAtffrvi eu v\w\ sou sm ?l 
jmrtJ un $u mkw hutu pen liWtti 
in-] lifafo "U Vhl>j iilu fi Timj 
4* itlu ^i^Ui «um« 

«mu "hull) yn W 
Iftdu vi tfiwst) Itf" 

o\/ fa *l idl4 ww 4mjs ftliu 
nu fi <r»l^ anww ui fa 

lil !ru fa nm f\ . . ■ 

vn fwuj r\fi it\ii n%4 

nm fifncij 111 iwu Is "Wnjtj *«i 

4i ih *ll miir-fjrirwi 



Disrespect, n. 
Disrobe, v. 
Dissatisfaction, n. 
Dissatisfied with 
Dissatisfy, v. 
Pissect, v. 
Dissemble, i\ 
Dissembler, n. 
Disseminate, v. 
Dissemination, n 
Dissension, n. 
Dissent, v. 
Dissever, v. 
Dissimilar, a. 
Dissimilarity, n. 
Dissipate, v. 
Dissociate, v. 
Dissoluble, a. 
Dissolution, n. 
Dissolve, v. 
Dissolvable, <j. 
Dissolvent, a. 
Dissonant, a. ' 
Dissuade, v. 



I nm 



227 

*m\u mills fiiiuiu i#u uri ri& 
idSw iSo «h iii^oj hqj (In iS 
wWlil WO Is F»mi itton ifio feu Is 
ftiftejs lii'WG Is • .» 

UJ idu fl «BGLI Is IJJ NO Is . 

eli i6ou ltf~idu yiou $n -j nzihtofi 

unafo fjfi m wrdS vh yi 

cj"unal tta m jmift d»ou 

In diirifj urn flaw Id fi vii Itfaiww wtu 

nu uwi wRiy uei n$i: oonld 

rn$ fi fio Sn nu yi T u i6«ji 

i$u 6ta nu"frm tnw wjtj tji^j i6w 

Yii^uri ynlt^inf) sin nu uwltf'idu 

nrai fi Sjfi nil \w w5% nfa nu 

YiUrfnyis**! n?:s-rcj nns r u nstsiu i^j vliti 

Ijj idu flnjjRfc n*u 1*1 ru idu wou 

4iois s: r:?jkj1^ 

nu mm\i nsiu sft idu ui mj ifc ifin riu 

araia i^nnu *fa tfrn 

4i tns «: araiu w 

4i tns n> Itf'ara-ftArf' 

4i On iwju ifojj 4i <fi p 

snulii It^yh tfeou iftlrtu Itfiduld 



Dissuader, n. 

Dissuasion, n* 

Dissyllable, n. 

Distal, a. 

Distance, n. 

Distance, v. 

Distant, a. 

Five days distant, 

Distasteful, a. 

Distend, v. 

t^istensjble, a. 

Distention, n, 
}( Distillery, n» 
X Distill, v. 
*X Distilled water, n. 
)^DistiUation, n. 
^Distillate, n. 
^Distiller, ». 

Distinct, a. 

Distinction, n. 

Distinctly, adv. 

Distinctness, it. 

Distinguish, v. ^ 

Distinguished, a. 



228 

flu to Dili Itfafa nu iltay »$ mh \tf tf i 

ff*! fi JJ »m W!J-tfff 

uw *fju tlaitj 4Ana -sin j^u n»n 

esj: vm rtbj rum in 

Itfww ln» sm ftu $u wtfilna 

4i wtj 4? ojftna s:y; miAna 

ku: vnAna tfi & 

Tfiljj *&ou aw tm iilu $Vi tou V* 

wo* lid nfit imtpi 

4i fm *s: df\ BorTln*' on wm twlw' 

imi iwtn mj t*d*U 

la-nsfti mis 

rrurttfu 
no* ^1 naVl**" 

Cn n*U ifa nil win njnij 
ru tiii WU4 aim n ti fl fi nu 

rt&i Tfri nu rtoi «i: u^j 

iftinfi frSinnflfrtiu Vhlittr4oitoj* 

4^ fi %B l^tJl 4lf)wrfflfi 



229 

Distinguishing # w fl ipftoi MJW tf^wfaj 

Distract, «r. *^^ rtlltfqtVl *M™ ** lilfrtl 

Distress, n. «WJ W Vl HWJ <TUW ^vCtim 

Distress, v. Vhlwithi^V* Kluijrf 

Distressful, a. 4l\WmTUtfl^ 

Distribute. *. «W ™ ^ <iwlni ™ USn 
The cases shall ■ • i k Js„«, h 

be distributed to l$b! W WW W *1W l " <™ WTO H 

these two court* 
Distribute a littto 4l ^n\#m* ail** 1 fllit'Q'U 

District,*. »™ *wfr Huanu 

Sub-diatrict HW*W« 

District Superin-^^y-^j, 

tendent 
District quarter J^ Q *-, ir , Q 

DiSI2«% Tj3i*o WU fwlmi 

X Distrustful, a." 4l lih «K. «U«J 4* fi MW CU» 
Distrustfuluess, n. MTU RM» V* M* ^^ ^ ^ 

Disturb, w. wniu ^rW>nu 

Disturbance, «. WW ^ ™ °»«* 

Disturber, n. f * *» «"* V ™ 

There is adistur-^^^ 

DiauuitV*- *1*™ ™ * ** ttW ™ 



230 

DitcH, n. { \n tfm ttw F18BJ ' VifW 

Fall into a ditch, an vi$W Wfl JfiJ . 

Ditto, n. fi Vri Tflr«rf5 fi vojtu Tftuft 

Ditto, <uto. frtlXI OUU ^ t» tfao 6 a ufii 

Di uresis, n. ms $ U 1 ) itn UTl h\l 

Diuretic, a. 4* llf tfi iUl ftlfiu iiTf) $U £ t)lS i BL) itO 

Dive, v. ttJ tfl 141 

Diver, n. ^-^Tvfl Tlltkfn ifi 

Diverge, v. litJfl sm pii ^ll RVi «; YllI 

Divers, a. VtfntJ TJ mi"K Pill •) Jjm VWHU 

Of divers colours VWTII & WJ » fffTu 6 

Divers thingt WW fo few fa G* nti 

Diverse, a, ^ W n% ^ ^ MNfW ™ w fifl n " u 

Diversely, acfo. 1 Ml »* 1 ™ 

Diversion, n. ™» iiiu U«l*\J 

Divert v. * Itfaraw Id Vh 1ft h wSu 

' Divest, v. «!&» ulJSw dnw imlil »fa ™ 

Divide, v. liU ' J UU mi n3: " niJ N* 4 * 11 

Divide among tlttinnfto 
Divide into small ^ j| n 

pieces 
Divide into com- rm illtl tfoj •) 

DMrib** 4»utii*mitl«inuT'lr 

Divine o. uw ita*i n. $fti rf-ujww 1« sw«i 



881 » 

Division, n. nu Utll BOO »W $ UW OOflU' RJTJ i#U 

S tfc" " M Vtun B Hll.fl B tc " n ™™* 

Division of Army no* iau-} no* wa^Yi 

Divisor, n. M? Am 

Divorce, n. nu o*h rfa hi ttu nu oth sin nu 

Divorce, v. mj fJDT QUI 

Divorcenble, a. 4iQ-«mhnVU' 

Sue for divorce fioj qui $u m» $QJ mil 

Divorcee, n. flrtjj ^ ifoj bit, 

Divulge, V. llT3 fo iflfj j£o FliTjj ' TjyitJ flTBJ 

Divulger, n. f^M utjn RTBJ fill 

Divulge an affair "kjkj mTU 111 ifaa ilh tion ill 

Division 7i mjtMtf'ufln utm • 

Dizziness, n, pTHi jUfi mfi flm» ^ fam fijifc 

Dizzy, v Vh ItfTttm «&: fifl W\3l 

Dizzy, a 4l^»n r«jTj film 6&? 

Do, v. Did, Done tlnwqS tfl ftfttfi 

Have to do with jftw itiu ^: faj tknat) faj 111113 rit* 
What shall We do *. » „ t <\ 

now tjw u wts: Rn vn ami u 

Do away with ifcn iito yn iSfl 

Get another to do vn flu feu t!i 

It is done Stt uiW SU 

Do over again njnh tal Vh in on yi 

Docible, a. 4l8Q.uinJ i%Q4 tb 



• 



Docile, a. 
Dock, v. 
Deck, v. 
Doctor, v. 
Doctor, n. 
Doctrine, -n. 
Document, n. 
Official document 
Legal document 
Dodge, v. 
Dodge, n. 
Doe, n. 
Does, v. 
Doer, n. 
Doff, v. 
Dog, w. 

Dog, ?. 

Year of the dhqg 
Dog-c.art 
Doggish, a. 
Dog star 
Dog- ear, «. 
Dog cheap 






* 232 

Hvu'm Aw 

i% III' A i*Ji y 

jhw> wtn iid'l-o ut^U" 

HO mlBTTO 

*pn4nu otft) ilia wtfmo rinriftj 
mju Jiumj sntumj mmj 
W04 ami aw n 
njrtrro fwu wau wan 
mj wau m&Yi wan iauj 

son sin Do lfa 

^flfo $Ttl ItJli U"KJ tttll 

flow row Ih i win ifio nofl mnn fbi&j 
*$tin.< mn 

VttJltft 

annsou RiHHUttHjlti lawn 

fi so 

hi fion nSa jn irw a*o 

qpdt fifp 



Dogged, a. 

Doily, «. 

Dole, v. 

Dole, n. 

Doleful, a. 

Dolefully, adv. 

Doll, n. 

Dollar, n. 

Domain, n. 
Dome, n. ( of a 

building ) 
Domestic, a. 

Domestic, .». 

Domestic animal 

Domestic bird 

Take care of 

domestic affairs 
Domesticate, v. 

Domicile, v. 

Dominate, v. 

Domineer, v. 

Dominator, n. 

Dominion, Ho 

Domino, n, 

Don, v. 

Donate, «. 



233 

tlo* mu vim '( Jim fpinVfrai fin ) 
til fln itlu aw ftwftJ Jtfe 
a*n $ a: i$n a: ifoti siy {So a: tfoti 7 
mj asn W^ a>i&i »: ifou 

^RU wll wJi WAN inu l&tJ ta 
$n n:*n 

11 w iHu uw.iliu Sow 4j oj/ ritj triu 
fm Vfliu tHu IJ'O 

rcfc p un nu cJ-rj nh Sou 
wj ti Wn It?' vn tjtu Itfa^j • 

J tWfftl lln WBJ WT3J *BDU1"* 

na$ tlSRlMnuiratjVi 

^tftrftl GUI i$U *BO!J 

Briton riiu * ftvil m* ijjm$U> 
nu iiiu ino a to 

HajW (l^UlSftj)' Hftlrffc 



Donation, n. 
Done, v. 
Dotkey, n. 
Donor, n. 
Doom, 1/. 
Doom, n. 
Doomsday, n. 
Door, n. 
Door of a room 
Door way 
Door keeper 
Back door 
Door, sill 
Dormant, a. 
Dormitory, n ( 
Dorsal, a* 
Dose, n. 
Dose, v. 
Dot, n: 
Dotage, n. 
Dote, v. 
Double, a. 
Double, v. 
Double fine 



234 

{ A?. Vh u«*1 

ft w>i ftu itn ImTan 

drcfi wo* 
♦am dj:§ 

tkfl w«5 tJiu 

k Wifo 0^' 4j Ch B<jj 

tfoj 14D-U $fl 3J tfoj U0U **1WU UTllhjU 

uiw ifioi wfl ( jjq tfta \u\&) 
t1twu« tn r8 w& £b wfit 

Vh Itfadu £a <ittj l^fia *| 

rtw wai •)§«•] hw riu irleu aft 
ihuw ft "hn flu iflon 6 ft Itn w w • 
idu § i arm iw usln 4i vft Fgu 
Vh fa" vftgtutu ttftdu wai ivh tvfidu mirau 
dft/Wi vft f\fu 



235 

Double fare m\m ^ $m ^ 

Double the price ^ju Tim ffGJ wh 

Double minded 4j idu flOlls 

Double quick mj iHu Irilb on ffQi ivh 

Doubly, adv. Imj uviw ms irn 

Double face fi"frjl ffOJ Will »0f fo R313J l9h ifltJtf 

Doubt, v. UFiajta mlwy *h^l IjJ UlUs 

Doubt, n. emu wAwu mui Uj uu U ami am 

Beyond all doubt UJ tfbJ iwlfirti ifttl 

Do not doubt QUI WlW 

Doubtful, «. 4ilil iiil itiu fi iwlfrcj ht\u ifittJ 

Doubtfulness, n. RTOJ flAau 1*» 

Doubtless, adv. ^fiulxi tl ami *H WU IMJ mi 

Dough, n. *&UU Hu 

Doughy, a. miii u& idun 4j oou \bu Am hum Uti 

Dove, n Wl 1*01 

Dove tail, v. Vh WGU WltfflW QU ItflT) ffU Rflm 

Down, n. W QQU lu 

^W thecal. ^ 

Downy, -a. BQU U11J QGU 81^18 

Dowdy, a. iSo 4l ty Jj 4Ai) UftiWljj WJ my 

Dowel, n. VtyfAjj" til W 

Dowery, n. fUltiw liW ill! ttifoj KQl iJU 

Down, adv. «J 4V fill 



236 

V with the tide :ftoi rtw \j*\ 



Let do wo 


muu m tiai 


Down under 


\$f aiU* 


Fall down 


A ai 


Up and down 


4u *| ai i 


Downfall, n. 


nu Mi ai vu t f)tv»5jj aj 


Down, 


ifiiW'a^iaj tljitjU'ai Y^lt^ar, 


Downhearted, a. 


t^y ta 


Down hill, a. 


4taiwai aw aim 


Dowunght, adj. 


tr»u mi wi uii) 


Downward! adv. 


•Jii an tmj ai iSoi an 


Doze, v. 


uou infiu i 


Doze, n. 


tlQli *\ flTJ JJQli wa*tj 


Do/.en, n. 


ftu ffoi t^a will* 


DoRmt3»», 4* 


MttJ JJOU VttiU AttN UQU A) 


Dozy, a. 
Drachm, n. 


4l JJBU ") wall *| 

tfi wiufi diiuicu i^n qj it* 


Drachm, n. 
Draft 1 ^ 
Draught J • 
Draft, n 
Draftsman \ 


W1M1 ife Ul MUfl iAJBJ ufofwaou nv i »0 

in tuutiti >. limunlu^iwii 
Iti tGn fm ana mi nvii flo \u \h nj ain 



Dm««htu,an| n - *»WM*l Win 
A rough draft WUWB ill «Q itlu i«l •)-' 

Drag, v, '&■ am f^R ftl 
„ I>. away violently fnfiltJ tyi.ffaTlftati UU •] 



Dragon, n. 

Year of the Great j vj. 

Dragon, Q « ™ 

The year of the^jj, 

hmall Dragon 
Drain, v 

Draiuable^ a. 

Drainage, n. 

Drake,, n. 



237 



lH 



Drama, n. 
Dramatic, 1 
Dramatical, J 
Dramatize, v. 

Drapery, n. 

Drastic, a. 

Drank, v. 



4i ens s: iu vio Ulw« nonUS" 

ms }fl iifei joj ItfuN W id 

idn in $ 

tint rrj 

iiw iIqj am 

am ftm am 

eh ado ufl mtdii utnu ds:ritJ niJJ ttoi 

™ idu but* arafa odu.rfej im* un 

g Driv k. fiu ua*3 



Draught of a Ship ftu Ul £n 
Draw, v. Drew, „ A 

. Drawn * fin ain ^ ™U 

Draw forth 4 l^iSll 

Draw forth asex- t .. , „ , 
ample* llWldummm 

Drawbridge flrwiu a in flOU M8J 1WW WD 

Draw-up nf\i fiv\ UflJ *DU 

D. a boat on shore fa fo ku ǤJ 

Draw ashore $u k\l flfo 

Draw a line $ tfu iffl fa tTU tifi 

Draw up a report uiil 5111 JTU tiwlu tmn UW 1501 JT3 

Draw out nOU' 



238 
Draw (out a thorn),^ i&ju flOU WW 
Is drawing near «^ u s: fo a ^ UJ ft 
Draw hack, n. a;uj «a> «n^j 

fe it] umn *foj wfi Uin 
jn tin^ir. no* -?n nw 

gi Or a to. aw ii?va 

P313J niTj imi nifl pro* 
yfti Piraj n£> Cii 
if j lii nsn uin ,•] 
B3TJJ ut nsfi 



Drawee, n- 

Drawer, n. 

Drawing room 

Drawl, y 

Dray, » 

Drayman, n. 

fyrawu, v. 

Dread, n 

Dieatl, t>. 

Dreadful, a. 

Dreadfulne88, n. 

Dream, v. 

Dreamer, n 

* Dreamys a. 

Dreamily, adv 
Drear, ) 
Dreary, j 
Dredge, v. 

Dredge, n- 

Dredger, n. 

Dreg, n, 

lH*g9 of tfe* town W3T) rnn tfm 



4l itli fal RTUJ WU l$Vl 4 J ailJJB itSu 

^5 5*1 iflj T$ iv "U 

•y» Itf $n y. *fry -tfutju 

nu t^lny Vfrmloj <n2*Us> 

yit fitnou mn 



239 

$i tiuriun I tin 

fttjj ifio ijj wu am w"3 tip 

IJW F&J II* 



Royal dress 
Dress one's self 
(King) 



Drench, v. 

Dress, v. 

Dress, n. 

Half dresi 

Dress in trousers lij nil mj 

Dress in white m%i 180 •£")} 

irfsai vw 

WW WKBW Y)W iA50J 

Dress in a big coataou i»n QUU ttfittl 

Dress (evening) mo row tffn J§\4 

Dress a fowl Rfrilfl^Hfi 

Drift, v. ABU Ulltl Rfilfllll 

Drift wood uffiX ami Ul 

Drill, v. m ^ lii 5 tin vfa 

Drill, n. irjen ist: ^ iTU ejn m tttvfi 

Drilling machine iFUQJ iS"C IWSD 

Drilling, n. c5l 113 iUQ fi 

Drink, i>. Drank, or a „ . . ± 

Drunk, Dunken™ & tlstYiTU idu 1IQ1 Wi 

To drink water ftj t]?:vnu U"i $.U U) 

Drinkable, a. 

Drinker, h*. 

Drink, n. 

Dnnk (refresh- ' , * ^ 

menti) * w ^ u ^ U1 ^ mM un TOWN 

Drinking water vi fiu vn ftj ; -tlmn^Jt 








240 


Drip, v. 


fKJfl 81 fll idu VKJfl 


Dripping, e*. 


4i wj« a* 


Drive, n. mj WVi Kl flTf ib 3H 
Drive, e/. Drove,* , 

Driven * ^ WQn w?,n 


Drive up 


4 jn will ( m tiu qm ) 


Drive a nail 


won w:^ 


Drive out 
Drive off* ) 
Drive away> 


la *ntj Qon 'Diilti aonVj 
laid ifaj 


Drive on 


' •ftjld on nm pio id 


Driven 


j Drive, ib id a*n 


Driver, n. 


RUlft) $"^ # ^ 


Drlfczle, v. 


nn nJi i du an mv *| ( fi ifai wu ) 


Drizzling rain 


du nn wJi i 


Droll, a 


4i $fi flfln 4? fute wt: 


Drollery, n. 


mijnnm'] 5^1 nan nu ^w tA^jon idu 


Dromedary, n. 


53 ift« mi 


Drone, n. 


t5i iff? ^ (rfiwu iillyti iiiu em inU«J afiu ) 


Drop, v. 


\tfoin mmai daoup i$n waufanu 


Drop, n. 


win 


Bain drops 


win« clu \ 


Drop a wort! 


flrt nsf ti l^f tion lifiiin Ri iftu? 


Drop letter 


Ill wtMo f) (j"ltJjftflif • 


Dropsical, a, 


4i Rfttulift >tojr J4U 4i J4 u* fn ifia 


Dropsy, n. 


Wvfajim tmiJU 



2±i 

Drought, n, J^ {i fc U1U ut fo u ^ 

Droughty, a. fo UT fc ^ jjif) fo MR «j «fo 

Drove, n. cjl 

A drove of oxen Jj \f\ 

Drove, i>. eon «*m Drke. 1» i^3 

Drover, n. g\a ^ tfnf . 

Drown, v. ih an wm «n ui »xj su ifi wkj 

Drowsy, a. jjQU 4 J ^fl ^: mu RJ rftJ *] hi 

Drowsiness, ik fimi NTJ UBU rUTU JJQU Vtfftj 

Drug, v . gntmfio (nnifii?j 

Druggist, n, «BU tly doi4 til ^rtl VU HI 

Drum, ?*. tlaQJ 

Drum, u fi fMDJ 

Drum major wvg sinaoi 

Drummer, n. ^WTiam 1MTJ 3 n»M 

Drum stick Itfrl flflOf 

Drunk, « ^4 liTl iJjTjti 

Drunkard, n. , flu iflwtf ijjTj« au ft tkunu wih 

Drunken, a. Tfl Wfl 1141 

Drunkenness, ». tfrtotni ml 

Di-y, a. iitfc Ottin i& 4 J OJDtJ In m^l 

Dry, v. Vh Itfawfc riKvnti uS 

Dryly, adv., tflullJ tf^T) tlKi £ »*flttOC $* 



Drier, n. 
Dryness, n % 
Dry place 
Dry soil 
Dry season 
Dried fiBh * 
Almost dvy 
Dry goods 
Dubious, a. 
Dubiousness, n. 
Duck, n. 
Duckling, n. 
Duck's egg 
Duct, n. 
Ductile, a. 
Due, a. 
Money due to 
Due to him 
Money due from 
lJuel, v. 
Duel, n. 
Duelist, n.. 
Pvtg f *. 
Duke, 1%. 



242 

Ji ijii irn litfc 
Rmi uife 

fm liVtf WTi 
ll?TI Utft 

twin *) ifiou utw 

i&wefififln efi Tjflfi at: *) 

4i itlu $ ill iwlflti 4i rn l#aT ia 

jn itln 

111 illf) vlDJ ill?) 

naofi tit* in iwi&M iHu waoA dm ronirc 
4j lie) tfto yltfrw -J 4! mum aou 

4* Ftf ffa 0$ 4l fil fftWM 

"fmrn flu 4? #w o\j flu 4 j fi;A«; 

flu #W ?tf Mfi 

$Mu sfi rq w*3 
tits ^*fr aero 
^ ff'fiu m m p!5 



2*3 

Dukedom, n. rfiuvMJ UPi nw l^i WJtin 

Silent and dull fojtl A y,fj w?DU iWI -SOU 

Duly, adv. \fw »jjr-j5 pn riw 

Duly audited uns Q pn flOJ llift 

Dumb, «. 4l Itf 4/bJ 5j iftw 

Dumbly, arfv. Ifiu Itj'n 

Dumb person «u lt3" 

Dummy, a. 4i daojj u mum: nm v>\x 

Dummy, n. flU Itflim ^14 W f U 

Dumpling, n. HUN fili $ii til «8U $rf! 

Dun, a. n & IJW ' r. YI3T 101 fm 

Dun, •«,. m? v\y tm 

Dunce, ». FIU U Rli itn ifiJ 

Dungeon, n. ^ ^lfi ftfl ^in \^f\M 

Duodenum, n. flTU l#U 1MJ snwifln U13 cs»ib M2 STfl nRlWtt 

Dupe, v. tfO O T^fl WREH 

Duj)lex, «. 4l £ flEJ JWU D» *t!4 R9J !?l» 

Duplicate, v. Vh w»-"ftj tJtTt) Itfrmfiou n*u 

Duplicity, «. TTB vi itivi Fiu aoi wiil RBJ "U 

Durable, «* 4j Ym Biy WU" A Rl 

Durableness, n. ftmi vsi4 Ojj W"wiu >;2"ijj tm Will 

Durably, orfm t>Kj *U O^jl^UTU 



/ 



244 



Dura-mater, ». ^ Q m iV ft m fa ufm ^ ^ mms 



Duration, n. 



Bmi tlU 



Of Jong duration ^tjjn-»a 



BjV 



f.TOJ WU 



During, j»r«p. 






During the year 
During the four 
months 

D r*„ therainy ^«hh« 

Durian, n. 



Dusk, a. 
At dusk 
Dust, n. 
Dust, v. • 
Duster, n. 
Dusty, a. 
Dustiness, n. 
Dutch, n. 
Dutiful, a. 
Duty, n. 



«i 



cji ^m atom 

eJitf^u liTfJii^lu Ydnjlii 
ii $u um tartfun msnc &[u 

othi au ita ffo rfi 16 ami TJWIrfl 
nui^i 'rawilbfo p 

D. (work to be done) fa tlwfitJIi 

It is his duty oj/ lu $ im ^: del itlu will fi toi ill 

iffy ro£ Hi* 4} »Sii *] 



Keiigious duties 
Collect duties on 

merchandize 
Duty (Customs) 

Dwarf, n. 



iw mu. 

mulu jtau, urn: 



246 

Dwarf tree ifoVuw: •toViinro ■ 

Dwell, v. Dwelt ^ & jj tf u Jj ^ Q ^ 

IWiiiug, •«. ^ ojy nrj 1u y $ ^fi 

Dwelling Uouso rfufr, fay Q y f JOU q^ Jsj 

Dwelling place ifaja 'jTU V) 0|i o/lflKJ 

Dwindle, v. fatjtj a? ifojj tfoy ai 

Dyer, n. ,. -au tffojj 

Dynasty, n. i$u ns&Jft'u'' &U BTJJ UfcuBu 

Dysentery, n. Ijr Qfi 

Dyspepsia, n. tjalji f^ riffu fl^ tvjem 

Dyspeptic, n. RU ItkitjR W W& BOU 

Dyspnoea, ». OTj 1> »}j wx j % WHi U ll) Rflift 

^ E. • 

E onw $ tfc \u tffira tfrntp m: $ 

Each, a. or a. pron. ^ ^ an nu K 

Each one VIQU Will 

Each on a side -+» a: ru ru a: -fa tiou n; RU 

Each of which are 

considered as f( i]|j ii «n n 4i itlu tfi ifttn *i mfiim nV, 
single words T ' ' 

Each in his war ru r: q^jti 

Each a month ru a: irtou •] 

Each went his way \i ru a; int liu nu liuld mi *t Hit 





246 


Each other 


4j rfa u»: rfa 


Eager, a. 


feu *U foAa 


To be eager 


Jou ]g^6o nrifiun n:mtj 


Eagerly, adv. 


»faj U leu ju tmi naftan army 


Eagle, n'. 


un fiuvistf 


Eagle-eyed, a. 


m itku uwrjj *n pijj 


Eaglet, n. 


jn un fiuYfof' 


Ear, n. 


law 5 


Give ear to 


ttajftfij fttAawwj 


Ear aehe 


ttafi ft 


Ear-drum, n. 


Ac Jpfl ft iilfi 5 


Ear-drop, «. 


WTJft tfou 


Ear-ring, ». 


WTJft Yiwlffft 


Ear ( com or rice 


)wHhtw#i 33i iri r, ^ujh (Wui«fli) 


Earl, n. 


tiruma %\* w oSntiw 


Earlap, n. 


tmn "Uj ft 


EarlesB, a. . 


ffliifcft 


Earlock, n. 


wjjIjj *£M ft 


Earmark, n. 


iffwfl fi ft 


Early, adv. 


tftj nr a. u*l i^ mm nm ftxmn w ri 


Earlier than cut 

tomary 
Tod early 


'"ifcunhtlmH An nil warn 
tfoj win ritm mto aOu ift 


Early in life 


fifivi B^w^wyjj 


*. in the moraiug |? it\ ur & 



Earn, v. 
Earnest, n. 
Earnest, a. 
Earnestly, adv. 
Earnestness, n. 
Earning, r*. 



247 

Jqu ju «D3u tutu 4j wfu to •any, 

ami wlWtnu fau ju 

Ou % wAtf im fflou flu fl h5tU~ 

We earnestly trust U1 ^ ^ w ft itJvi A 71 

Earth, n. fr u utmrm tamf 

tm fin uu tin auj mi fiu 

4j Vh evki R\4 dsmstj tfau fin 

araj vi ii $ nai faj irIbj dfclajjtantf 
eta win riu qu eta waruTfi frau'riu th rffcj flu 

1^1$ OU 

MUJ IJU ATM U!M U 

Wj ta flam v . 

ttflfa *1H A3UJ dw Itf ft RTttJ uou VU" 

tiw ta •) twu ndm taw awn 
ahu Rao* awn. miw hj 



Earth, v. 
Ou earth 
Earth nut 
Earthen 

Earthenware, n 
Earthliness, n 
Earthly, a. 
Earthquake, n. 
Earth worm 
Earthy, a. 
Ear wax 
Ease, n. 
With east 
Ease, v. 
Easily, adv. 
Easinea^ n. 



248 

East,*. foiitfuGon fto n5u 4u 

East, Toward the w&fifaBon ftatlcto 

Eastern, a. dlli fta flfti con " YW fiftl $U 

Eastward, arfw. Xwn nau oon g fin i)j:su 

Easy, a. 'fahll 4l^Ul «GJ S?ium Ftfio* 

Eat, v. Ate, Eaten ffa ft> tk*rw '; tiltflB 

Eat (of Priests) q*u 

Eat (of Princes) iaqu 

Eating hous* Wrft unj timing 

Eatable, a. wo «j; tstnfllri" *»j s: Hi tJjmi\ilrf* 

Eater, •».' $Tli tlirwni • • 

Eave», n. *btu f»i u* an *BHI FIT 

Eavesdrop, v. *pu an fa 

Eavesdrop|>tr, ft. £wbu fij ' 

Ebb,-*.*,. Wnriii Iwa rj 

*,J£bb tide U*i Iwa ai 

Ebony, n. Itf fh & W nvlfl «Tf» ItfiJtinfo 

Ebriety, n. fJTW $tt iJiV Jin ^n 

Ebullience, ) _ * ^ • >• " 

Ebulliency, J *> «» l"OH 1A Mtm*fi1W& 

Ebullient, *a, 4t ifo* 4f\ **Vl ffa 

Ebullition, ». ms (ton rnj iliwh^r 

Eccentrie, n. $b <hs $ v^mlsi i&]} {TtkwnJi nu utlan 

Ecclesiastic^ *fc WfcfW* CTttlKf $~sl atm snmn . 

Bclielon, «. ■ *tw^ trov (to ttte uiw jfow uraiSo* 



249 

Echo, n. ifojjrim imjjanfau 

Eclipse, ». m RlJ im wjtDTfimf $0 flfcsW 

Solar eclipse ^lifll! 

Lunar eclipso $uv\f&my 

Eclipse, v. tJj ajw fl^t) ft ^Uifif tMfiip fit) iiiH 

Economist,. 'n. fm wilfa Fm tiUDU ttoW 

Economise, v. tfrwmAmj uWfl 

Economy, rk n"0 ifitt infifl UTOJ 1T1 nm'fr 

Ecstasy, n. Hgijj Qufi fi Si JWTtjwfii OMU 

Eczema, w. ufl.$ nain 

Eddy, n. njliifll?) JlTU uMw* JU .*» 

Edge, n ' *5jj Jjfljj «JOU rjj £fl «jni< 

Edge, v. Vh Itfrfi Rjj Vh \frti TOD 

Edge too) iffoi JJO Bij 3J Plfc 

Edgewise, adv t»iu*»:u« lf>u Tftf i«8i lion 

Edging, n Rj^l^idii uou WM ft ft Tnu 

Edible, a. 4? DiOli W rifljlplrf' 

Edict, »t. iw^nmijnpi wjiu dam ia 

Edification, u. ftfl WOW l$"fc «DU 

Edifice, n. In fcfi lwnj JTBfcfurfttJS 

Edifier , n. $$fiBh lif & WIU £ ft TIU In YITJ mU 

Edify, v. Viliffita mu \\i YJ>! waj 

Edit, r. ctn M&fcaftoif - ww Obj $ «?: m ftoif 

EJfttion, * ma oormifttoiihi wp •) vwTwtvioan fiaWto 



250 

Editor, ». ^ %ti ^fmjjiy m^ $im hm m flwf 

Editorship, n. ^^ ^ Uf j, * QJ w Rw f 

Educate, v. £j n RQU ^j-, ^ u \ U ^ B1 ^ ,| j| n ^ 

Education, n. niJ £ nfen .^ ^^ *| n ^ xfofoju 

Educated in Eng-^. 
land Itl fcntan i jh mm'Vin m-rij; rilnt]!* ' 

tion" ary * U ° a " ™ V a ^- nw1 niJ "^ ^ ™ ^ 

Secondary educa- ^ jj^jj fl nw1 „ „ „. „ nf)lf 

tion fc 

Higher education 4 flU pflJJ ftnw »» »» » >» ■ f J 

Special education flnm ftlfltt 

Educator, n. P|J OH W ^"»QU ^dn tffl 

Educational, a. *mj nts tin tfa uw nu Anwi 

Eel, n. tJRlltns 

Eel pot sfa ^i ll»ilv\» f 

E'en, adw. tKi «fa AV>/. C\J itlfa 11 

E'er, adv. ^fu R1 /ii'tftt. \f\M i&QJ tilOU 

Efface, i>. R U ^ y ^ ^ ^ 5P U ^ u1 

Effacement n. «W *&i ^ 

Effect, n. WR i4llQI ■». VhltfahSfoltl ifoua 

Effect*, n. l* Tioi filf -| &«KH WtyRU') 

Cause and effect m ? w * Wf> ufi: w » 

To thi. effect that * WW «u fi h 

Effective, a, ^ & ^. ^^ °^ ^ ^ JJin 

Effectual, a. ^ *^ ^ Q1 ^ ^ : M^tM*' 

Eflectualneea, n. WW «J-l u* 



261 

Effectuate,©.. tfiltfaHfo u* Vhltftfta tin 

Effeminate, a. tnmj aw ^tttljJ iwfltm ffift 

Effeminate, u tfl U1«J Iff* Ttfti in Is $faft 

Efferent, a. 4l tflttftj tfl flTO f fffl BBfAll W li»ltt 

Effervesce, t>. ijfjofl w^jj iilu rJm 

Effervescency n. mj ififlfl lllu flfM • ( ITM lft?*Bfh ) 

Effete, a. "_ 4 J WU dctuuif WW C4» li 

Efficacy, w. r ■ qyft tfhfrw mJ vi ififl walff 

Efficacious, a. forfnfrflljJin 'frwVhltfaSitfo 

Efficiency, n. AQ13J flUITJtt 

Efficient, a. «fl*TUlClj & d WO flU ffa 4tf HUITKI 

Efficiently, adv. $id£infi.tMjSjW»»JTri 

Effluent, a. $j \m 3J1 JW ( i*iu 11FN Uij \n ) 

Effort, n. vmu'yfnrf rtw wm ifiw 

Effuse, v. «Dll flOfl rftM UM tin SJBJ UB info iflu 

Effuse, a. 4j urn wamtnu n3iJ 

Effusioa, n. m? vn son in mj no d:Tj It^oon jn «m 

Effusive, a. 4w^j tmntntnwAB ifiu MMlNinG'AlMhnfto) 

Effusively, adv. tflU Htil JJin tflll WW tiT3 

Egg, n. vIoAti Ill 

Eresh egg In API 

Bad egg "U mi 

Eggshell rtlfonVi 

Egg plant " «« *a$tt wl , ■ ■ 



Eglantine, n. 

\ Egoism, n. 

Egotist, n. 

Egotism, n. 

Egress, n. 

Egypt, n. 

Egyptian, a. 

Eh, interj. 
Eider, \ 

Eider duck, J 
Eider down 

Eight, a. 

, Eighteen, a. 



Eigh.th, a. 
Eighthly, acta 
Eighty, a. 
Eightieth, a. x 
Either, a. or pron. 
Ejaculate, v. 
Ejaculation, n. 
Eject, v. 
Ejection, ti. 
Ejectment, n. 
Elaborate, a. 



252 
won gwaitj -TfOn wii £ 1u won 
nrai fn uo nu i& 
ru 'sou tftf fii *m $\in slm mi'itU 

rns oonltl nu oon sin ?i riu In 

irotlcwiflmlilrf' 

d& law mq *j iwuj inutntj tfpwjtfl* 

ttJfj vein £ uu a:i$ufi otm *aftfl nfo 

mu oqu uw ttJR rcia 

utlw \m w 10 vw 

Sfaj Utlft 

$ &u 'utl« 

^ win 

1m fa 6 mi* 

$ iltlfl 8u 

. €Si $ tm ifi* fiu la to Vi to vAi 
tyFi iilu mw rw iti«T iliir oon wiH 
nu oon ww rurjivin th wjfi . 
tfjls inti "dti son iatJ 
a* ^iiliiltl nVU Ttfoonltl 
mi WiitiUYiprltl ^m ^1 
to tfitmi tktfca . (j rw aaffaw wm 



263 

Elaborately, adv. 1^ R3ijj icils \n tau tbruin 



Elapse, v. 


" a^Atl a a wiilti 


Elastic, a. 


4i fjfiltf' 4j otm mifiu ivrfiw (In 


Elasticity, n. 


fiTUi dfi twltf' fuuj mOua Ci« 


Elate, a. 


Qua iwxlif nic Is latio 


Elation, n. 


M11J iCJUQ UW Is Ami- (m$ £1 


Elbow, n. 


•do pion <fc mo 


To elbow one's way itJDfl m\il n*u Id ilflu: jfaj fifjH 


Elbow-chair, n. 


IfriQ tl KTQ 111114 


Elbow-room, «., 


fi uriii iiTivi Iw'wq Is 


Elder, o. 


•m uri ngi n. ^iflh ^un 


Elderly, o. 


4i un nil tij itlu viiu $"lwnj 


Eldest, a. 


4a iiJvi tyif tfa d 


Elect, v. 


wwcu *bu i^on w i^on m 


Election, n. 


»ri n'lwun wuinj *bu iaor» w 4*u 


Electioneer, 


i^w *dq Itfim iaon *m j{j tjvi 



laonltf' ou iih* niu Is s: ifcon 



Elective, o. 

Electric, 1 

Electrical, J fi 

Electric light wire aw^Ri/U Si ITW iRNill 

ifn^RU^lrl Si 

iftA*! Si 



E. lamp post 

Electric fan 

Electrician, n. -AtAiI Si ftflUTOj TVB Vflyl Si 

Electricity, n. Id Si 

Electrocute, v. tliTWO $WUsj \^kI Si 



254 

glectricution, ru m tfcvtf $>j ftiU ffi 

Electro, /we/Sa> 4 fo iJjmQtJ fh Itfaitlu 71* " tflU l«flrl ft " 

Electromagnet, n. jjjJ iW U ft afm u ^ v^on aVM ft 

Electrometer, », ^ tfesflwA tfto Ml* uvil ffafld ft 

Electromotor, n. itfjQj vi^llitwn qui 1*1 ft llfani jfiu fin *| 

Electropathy, «. y^ fo&ntlft faA'd ft 

Electroplate, t>. n:lna -Byutnti VrtJ ft 

Elegance, n. rjtjj jtjj twj mi 

Elegant, a. r&j W3JT: mmil 

Elegantly, adv.. \f\V rftj MUM 

Element, n. lin iiw np 

Elementary, a, 4ttW*&iiJfl ^Ullu'au^U'] «BU|I» 

Elephant, w. Rltatf «Jij 

Elephant driver fjQTU *ihf 

Elephant's trunk «1 «fa 

Ellphant's tusk Ti «3li 

Elephant saddler MTU &U FKTOJaf 

Elephantiasis n. tjfl 4l ifio MU1 Mint! i*3U tttfl ^ 

Elephantine, a. 4i fi anutu: i*BU 'Sil 

Elevate, v. an niu Iw'i'Slnj lu ttf «1 $U 

Elevation, ». RTttJ fjfl ^i ROU $ itiu 

Elevator, «. iRJtJJ W) \tffl f WD FW § *fo {1 •} 411M 8i1 ' 

Eleven, a. &U Jjfo ' 

Eleventh, q. $M l#fl 



255 

Eligible, a. l^Dn Vj'ltf'fnj 

Eligibleness, to. atijj miPilS $ *K iaon I'ffW 

Eliminate, v. ffn Ban mn rift BQfHftU W* UJ W 

Elimination, n. ms l&Bn Ffa OQfl ( ifiSJ lliu TlBl 183 )' 

Elixir, n. U*j i^ti^ i?i ma ( lilu pnwfu d}J tn J 

Elk, TO. pfg j^ff fITtf 

Ell, n. cenji ft eJi Wu tkivifi jSt! "| un tsar fii ijfi 

Ellipse, to. £J navi ihn ( iiiu qAi ) 

Elliptical, a. 4* 6 miytu: nau ifcn 

Elocution, to. >gi tfeitwu nu wi nai3 i^uw iwff 

Elongate, v. VhltfalTJ *UtnU OOri tlfl'tafajT} 

Elope, v. jjn rqu vw *nu *my • rift m w id 

Elopement, n. niS MU PHJ4 inll f ~ 

Eloquent, a. iwn IWJX 4l TK $l« ^J ej dlfl R 

Eloquent discourse aum JISlWi: flpllM IWfl Oil irij JJTH 

Else, a. and pron. Jj q& DU *| UQfl llfl 

Any body else pm on 

Where else ? ^ilvm Qn filvm 34 an 

Else where, adv. 6 ou *| 

No body else was mi > *, a • »^ 

present Tw A Wi OU oy fal 

Elucidate, v. ohrrcj Itt'ifa isu. tfutwlifarhil's 

Etude, v. VkNU Vk\h MRU wan Itfmj STfi J4Q 

Elusion, to, HT5 &W flTJ WRtJ W\H 

Elusive, a. hi jj wl^U W$n l&W 



,256 

Emaciate, t>. VftltfojQJJ ^ftl WQJilt) 

Emanate, v. oon *nn jjl^in ifta $U KV\ fl$* Qtin **) 

Emancipate* v. tldou Yliy tWmi l#ifa ^m iilu vnw 

Emancipation, f*. fiU ^n l^nta flQ 31 ItJu V)W 

Emasculate, «. rbu tffof 

' Embalm, v. iibi WW ., 

Embankment, n i^OU rfo Titf flam 

Embank, u. i$OU ffute" tlJJ ITlDTI It! fti^Etr 

Embark, v. m fto m ftlfiu 

Embargo, t>. - rffi ijo wuiIjj Itf'onn qm yi>. 

Embarrass, v. thtviJji tfi It^^U 3iy tfl lifaro l4 
Embarrassment, n. R3UJ dsttih ntt^n nj:3n }U 3Til 

X Embassador, n. OWRJTB $fo 

V Embassador ^xtra- 

* ordinary. 100 OWWH J« 

X Embassy, n. ajiu mjfljri^ff 

Embed, v. ^q^ q ^ gj 3 Q ^j Vjj4 q^ fo 

Embellish, v. fitnifij ttfaui UfljltfalU' di:rib 

Ember, w. jnlll lhu dial Sfllrl tilU ftm 

Embezzle, «. tlh uon VisW ffUiJfi 

Embezzlement, i#. nu tfh tmn Yl$W nu aotm 

Embitter, v. 'ifaltf'uffoi'U VhUls u«n 

Embody, tf. tlnflOU l«ft tliu fT&U idu niU 

, Embolden,?. tfiVfnfft^U Sinrfifa". 

Emboss, v* tilth ItfaJu yJ ip drmj^tfffHfu 



* Embowel, v. 

Embrace, v. 

To E. a religion 

Embrasure, n. 

Embrocate, v. 

Embrocation, n. 

Embroider, v. 

Embroidery, n. 

Embryo, n. 

Emerald, n.. 

Emerge, v. 

Emergency, n. 

Emergent, u. 

Emery, n. 

Emetic, a. 

Emetic, n. 

Emigrant, a. 

Emigrate, v. 
Crowd of emi- 
grants 
Eminence, n. 

Eminent, a. 

Eminently, adv. 

Emissary, a. 

Emissary, n. 



257 

dA!' R3h loWmlm \u don 

now $jfit)fi djtRQi tklaa ft/Uuft 

m kji ww mo un'iiiosj irSU 

tin atm idu am ?ran aw ijii •] 

mi djrfiuj'aw aiu add ai* *| jfaj fan tin 

4j wn iHi ibaiQU **Si idu jd 

jjjng % rf5 fiurf o*inf)M Tifta mil 

qs: Sou filil £wa siv m!i tjj: fyi ifru 

tnVh\ifaru$tM 

4i a: iftm ww *mld vn flu iftftf em 

ermw a: ifioi ififtld Dilflitf mm &u 

flfi BWtlW 

itiu fi fri tan 

51 fij nil riu fa ti §mtm 

ww nu min uuu ita aon WW 

mj tron mm flu aou a'n.&ofi um % 



Emission, n 

Emit, v 

Emolument, n. 

Emotion, n 

Emperor, n 

Emphasis, n. 

Emphatic, a 

Emphasize, v 

Empire, n 
, Employ, v. 
♦ Employer, n. 

Employee, n. 

Employment, n. 
Without employ- 
ment 
Take employment 

Empower, v. 

Emptiness, n 

Empty, a. 

Empty, v. 

Emulate, r. 

Cf. Emulation, n. 

Emulator, n. 

Emulsion, n. 

Enable, v. 



258 

rnj Hi "Ufw^j oq n jjt mj ib & im 

w$j Don aj-> Iw'oon Hi oon (mi qmuil) 

ami inn Ron sou in \+ 

tijjj rmitera 

iww vmn 

4j affm ^a fai my J nun ito am 

sfcj $a ifoj mw wj 

wejtb oicui<rif 

§n vii $Tu ^w 
nu fti ^w rnj Vii 
oarift "1*j £1 nu Vh 

fll 4tt i*^i 3U JT5T3 

nbu thun'ltf' 340U BTtyftwif 

4a itlai 4j tu b$ 

Vh littii tf i W>u« 'to oon ItfiitfS 

Rraj tlcron rtu fittjj pwivc im im 

u«m iu tJjmiw tbrfti nu n: Itfofojj 4ih 

.^uw tfenw n*U flu iw $ riu 

in ifi jKttb .fa (aw if> mi) 

4i rtwtih tfTU' liWi o""»v« 



Enact, v. 

Enactment, ». 
It is hereby enact 

ed as follows 
Enactor, n. 

Enamel, n. 

Enamel, v. 

Enameler, n. 

Tooth enamel 

Enameled vase 

, Enainor, v. 

Encamp, v. 

Encampment, n. 

Encephalic, «. 

Encephalon, n. 

Enchain, v. 

Enchant, v. 

Enchantment, n.. 

Enchanter, n 

Enchantress, ft 

Encircle, v. 

Enclose, v. 

Enclosure, n. 

Encompass, v. 

Encore, v. 



259 

^fBngmny f oon tftynjlt [ '™W* 

idSon wu 

fftmft Jn wm \u ami in l#Ra Is fo 
wl ft*«J wl rtii wn 
ms iS aisj m tfeifti 

eon rpffi imivf' VfYfl iwuutf' 

FIU YM IWlTlhl/ WO 34W flli IRU na 
U3J 3JW WftjJ R14 Y154 

toil* fioll- no* tow Lo ^^ QI 
nu tin » fouit aruui \u ft 

wtl to Itfrfoi Ji nft 6n «& vifti 



260 

Encounter, n. nil «J ijb riu nu no: n*u 

Encounter, v. tbi: rify tflii till SUfp'fUl HU tffo 

Encounter difficul- * „ _ * A > . 

ties J4 WBp Ufl UTW iftfl *DU IWfl USllJ fl 1U 

Encourage, v. y on wyu Vhltfti MTU rial f)j $U 

Encouragement, n. flu tlaeu lifalffi liu nu y w Itftj Ji 1* 

Encouragingly, ady^wu Bfl wyul^l^JJ tfewrf' 

Encroach, v. yi Jll flUJ $fl fi13J 1Q1 

Encroacher, n. $"sm R13J ifiyn ItJUU ^n JT1 101 

Encroachment, n. fTO" nu 101 mo vi rnj j^n fill fi 

Encumber, v. Vh Itfy ft w?^n Itfan: n: 

Encumbrance, n. fa Yl ifa TO DU UMflfl Iff J£ ft 

Encysted, a. 13 itlli i*tm tlnw 3J ^ ^J 

frqrn tlaiu fen ifiwtlniu tfiti 

an \u emu ifrinn wn -lu rtbj ill nrfS 
tfi Itfitlu ?i jn l#jfi iilu tfU im 
ms Vh lt^*i^3J Firaifn 
tflhw' alls wvkjtn 
ami tktkjtu rtoi win iwu* 

Exert every en, ^^ ^ ^W TOO ft* 
deavor * t r 

Ending, n. # rroi8n nu nu frn Vfa wt ifitw ilw 
Endless, o» 4lTwfilu lllufltol/ 4*T*JjJ*tt 



End, w. 
End, v. 
Put an end to 
Endanger, v. 
Endear, v. 
Endearment, n, 
Endeavor, v. 
Endeavor, n. 
Endeavorer, n, 



Endlessly, adv. 
Endorse, v. 
Endorser, n. 

End° }p r *fi x 
Endocarditis, u. 

Endow, v. 

Endowment, n. 

Endurable, a. > 

Endurance, n. . 

Endure, v. 

Endurance, n. 

Enduring, a. 

End -wise, adv. 

Enemy, n. 
Energetic, 1 
Energetical, J 
Energize, v. 

Eneivate, v. 

Enervation, n. 

Energy, n. 

Enfeeble, v. 

Enforce, v 

Enforcement, n. 

Enforcer, n. ' 

Engage, v. 



261 

\nv\u Ci &u $f\ \m ifow 'jliI 

^ftsata ^«hmliiffw 

iflo ifiu will uui uila ii iSoj In my lu 

tTnimj i6b mu "Ivi to wis 

lifau srow Ti^Du ua ft R\4 ifto Vfoiaon . 

ni5 tin &a ttetumuta ify naow li) 

^ tm oyla*' dpi rwRi o^j w 

RlliJ Qfl flfm flTflJ Y1U Y11U 

vm on vm naVu 

ami snuTO 00 vm rtoj on nau 

4* riiuw an&fu: vm utu ma 

^mj daiulil nou ioi tlaWltl ritro 

tffy didnw ds-QJw/ 

4j ft final ifiA^ 

Ivf ft riial ioAa uw $u ltfiA uw 6i 4u 

Vh U'l&BaJ 3JTUT l^RTOJ Oft KM flOU 

rtoj utu: rlia** 

Vh ItftimiTil tio« rlifJI a* 

mi tftflti Itfafo nu Vfrium iKrfti 



262 

Engagement, n. nu i«Jl tfnjun TVS t\Y fro 3& ffo m? flE 

Engine, *. na -Tmlrl ' ^ 

Engineer^ n. 4tt£if&W nwlfl RU UthApl «Jfa *&J 

Engineering, n. 'tytJ-rcjUR*' >B1 Ifftm na <nj RTI «] 

England, n. ttaimfl mntjW 

English, n. «g-Q «?n« d5nt]W niWT wnt]B 

Engorge, v. flu tu nil rb wma: fiu 

Engrave, v. an: asn -sitp tirow an: »3R aw 

Engraver, n. *fa an: liu artfh Ron nv 

Engraving, n nu an: sir any aiu fixiiuitm an: 

Enhance, v. tfl l^iim ffJ hu \%ti m£ JK $U 

Enigma, ru ffatJrjWWl .R1UWJJYWJ % 

Enjoin, t*> *ft tfaj tWlfly rinm 

Enjoy, v. tKafa £i rtw (Jur 1 lu 

Enjoyable, o. 4l^4 &l 4* itlu ^1 dfl 

Enjoyment, *• •RTBjCKir" tflimfl lu R3T5J mjnfi 

Enkindle, «. noltfan lu; l^n^l 4u 

EnlAge, v. tyw Itfnfa Vh Itfnfa oonlil 

Enlargement, *. flTJ UITC1 Itttwoj J1W B°TU"W nJlTotinAtl. 

Enlighten, «. ' tW314 ItrtfoTOJ fOX tff\\ftfaf\TUfaV[. 

EaRghtener, ik $& $B fo ^i tfa Itf ft RTO frill 6* $u 
Enlightenment, *. R7U) frill $1 8tu 

Enlist, v.* **4eT}' IM 4q lu uafiw, i*fl%Q 

;$amUy, 7U h* itltl ff#y RQ rfU RTW UW TOW nil 



Enormity, n. * RTfljtfl iflu WR WJUfll 

Enormous, a. 4j iHvi «Anf) B53JJW1 tw ftlTn 4ltl» iflu WI 

Enormously, o(Jt>. Wlj iWJta ifm ta ifiU mj * 

Enough, a. WQ jjjft t*o £ WB R g 

Not good enough \ lWJX IjJ ft no mj iiw 

Enrage, t?. 1#WU na*i vh Itftnm ifoj 

Enrich, -u. tollfaftijfru IdTflWtRqpu $U v 

Enrichment, «. «nu jjj £ 1#(jj $u 

Enroll, v. &jj f?i91U fo M IKlfltm ^Q 

Enrollment, w. mj aiwl) 4io mj S« ViriflSJW 

Enshrine, v. ifitAflu 6 yai Ifi Tu ^1 lAo y*0l 

Ensign, n. M fhflClj 

Ensign-bearer, n. VWQ fit) M 

Enrignsbip, } n ' *WW ^ mfc tfi uw VIVTO So u 

Enslave, v. Vh llfatlu vm* 

Enslavement, n. mj wn idu tii3 vnu 

Ensnare, v. Itfffri lu titt ufi WQ ifiy i»vf n# $tny 

Ensue, v. f\f\ mult! snjj waVltJ /** 

Ensure, v. Vh lifam 8ti llf llli uif 

Entangle, «. ifti rfU ^1 tflltfa^Sj Vflll^^ 

Entanglement, **• RTOJ t^ ATO! Wll fill tjj wfll 

Enter, v. i«fa l«fi *n itfiltJ 

Enter rashly «3J i*h JJHflu flym «HI 

Enter partnership l*fo ni& l*Jl tfy W7U rfo 



Enteric, a. 

Enteritis, n. 

Entero, ptejix 

Enterprise, n. 

Enterprising, a. 

Entertain, v. 

Entertainer, n. 

Entertainment, n. 

Enthrone, v. 

Enthusiasm, «. 

Enthusiastic, a. 

Entice, v. 

Enticement, n. 

Enticer, n. 

Entire, a. 

The entire work 

Entirely, adv. 

Entireness, n. 

Entitle, v. 

Entomb, v. 

Entombment, «. 

Entrails, v. 
y Entrance, n. 
y Entrance of a river 



2tJ4 

Fimi tinmo i(io my Vbu^Sn 

i^o tknou fSilrt'utia ti " my Via"** 

fro Iwj mj Wita nu fi jti vh 

nsti yi «*: jb vn ms Iwnj *| 

tffrn ft iay* p (feu Jlyj fe ?m 

^Tt) iayj nun tiiu 

no iau Itfaunu Itf mfiu "U 

Itfam m: vi vw U'tkifa w: vi iS 

ami Iqu ta r^jj in feu nw 3 m 

4? ifiu ffoj Ami feu "h 

«tfn ircu tjtu 

nir jn«y naesj *$h *B3u mj y iiyjltfafc 

$ViJy naouj w %li 

Fijy vfj \w vu§u 4j wij un wim 

ms itjn jrjs yn eyii 

raw lay Rjtj tfly Svi tfivi 

R31JJ wu .ult^tu 

fralif «r»j"Bn jfihftjihu will tin 

gulu v\ di rw ell nau oy| wy fit* 

nudj n-finatjUTtu 

fmVU^i wAmluphi*] 

nu I'Diltl tlirp mi i*h oynpa rl «*: lii 



fin trap, v. 

Entreat, v. 

E litre.) ty, n. 
Entrench, ) 
Intrench, j 
Entrust, v. 

Entry, n- 

Entwine, v. 

Enumerate, v. 

Enumeration* n 

Enunciate, v. 

Envelop, v. 

Envelope, %. 

Envenom, v. 

Enviable, a. 

Envier, n 

Envious, a. 

Enviously, adv. 

Environment, n. 

Envoy, n. 

Envy, v 

Envy, n. 

Enwreathe, v. 
Epaulet, \ 
Epaulette, j v ' 
Epidemic, n. 



265 

B014 2BU UQ Tl 3BU "DO 

Rl tt ;QU TIB A°l HO llltl ?0U 1* 

$m riiTlnu au au g ft jbj ^ w 

vn* itfiltl mj «w iib . mj i4i 

Iw'pmj tTU i"Sl itlu into i*di matn wu rfo 

wrcin nato twtuu'Rj fi a: Biiu 

mj uon i T Jvi aimj m» timuuiu «$u Mti 

i«Q1 TfBJ fl^U MB^f MB fi^J U 

liTin ftau isb 
4j Itfafin ami thai 

bu ft ami B'sui 4i Swi iw 

^««j afiwuc tfww Rmiqwn dfthThn that 

ftj uijvjRifj 4j B^j mu jou 

ft Is ftoai tfntan 

R313J Sstn fiWlan ouiriV 

tfr tii vivw jj fi tii lan vivnj 

Ijr mi itlu wfcu i rtU ifioti yyi Ruluw^vAr 



26$ 

Epidemic, a. 4l itlu ift *] uri em In Vty tfiu vAi 

Epidermis, n. fa vmV wJ5 Q3 UOfl Cfo rliwft A uon 

Epiglottis, n. Jm fin dm -to* ajj 

Epilepsy, n. tjFi RiJ rii Vty 

Epileptic, a, fa »Jh idu 83J IT" ttty 

Epistaxie, n. mj ifo* rhfnW 

Epistle, n. wumo dm in tTi 

Epitaph, n. dfiw *irjn aai mntj pro 

Epitomize, t> I3U <fo R*»R"nj jin *} njHMi tit) 

Epoch, n. «Ji3 tfipfaj ni» arj&J 

All that epoch ifio ma mi lu nub uu 

Epsora-salt, n. $ in$e d& in mu 

Equal, a. ivHrmvi t n d»nu i»uo rm 

Equal, n. ATBJ iftUQ JVIR 

Equal, v. VhliMfljJB avii tfli Y[v odv 

Equaled by i*h iflJJO jvh mj 

Equal to l^fc tffo mj 

There is no equal ^ £ ^mNO ril 1» JJ ey'i^yii ilh iRU 

Equally every- 1WJ0 ^J 

where 

Equality, n. ifluu iyp rm vf5 Id 

Equaliie, t?. dsui Itfwn nil inati It^ivii tfu 

Equally, a«to. lf»tj ivn till y§ mi nni n rm 

Equanimity, n. ami OTJJJfUiW \h U ifruo «h rm 

Equator, n. njrtf lyrflanif 



2*7 

Equatorial, a. U1 fc jfo fo^tf tan/ 

Equestrain, a. uwtTS** ». fi rii 

Equip, «. iiwT lt^ish»i <h mm Urnteu 

Equipment, n. ^wltirrf' mj ii^KU yp fa 

Equitable, a. fa £ anurus ifai ww folj] ftifiw rim* mu 

Equivalent, a. ft mjJt ] niR rm 4l flh rfU 

Equivocal words- ft wqu U «J 9 ft $ iQ1 fo ^^ wuVU" 

Equity, n. tj^wju Fm*j itai raw 

Er a» -w. flitt rfnJTff 

Eradicate, v. fist! ItJSqi ItfrwJW nw QQn WJfi 

Eradication, n. niJ tflRltJ ItftWfl 5in ifc 

Erase, v. »tl ^p Rtl iRn $ ' 

Eraser, n. .fc $ ftvtftj tfto $Yi fill Hit fltl 

'Ere, adv, rim4 fi 

Ere then aid riou mi 

Ere long Ifrcj d? £ 41 £ WU 1}J 14TU 

Erect, a. fa H§ mjW »« «0U 

Erect, v. fSlifoiw fWltf'fipJtu *mltfaw«$U * 

Erectile, a. 4j tm *: WW pS WW Wllf 

Erection, ^. f)TJ no wfij $u nu sin m l#§rJ 4u 

Ergot, n. *n *flfln v»6i fa \i\u trtf raoa t|«f 

Erosion, n. Til? $altl mi ffa l#6n 5QSJ 

Erosive, a. 4ij tfentm fe ftal n> l#ftn 

Err, v. . vim^mvni^n Q« ^m yiu tsau 



Errancy, n. 
Errand, n. 
Erroneous, a. 
Erroneously, adv. 
Error, n. 
Eructation, n. 
Erupt, v. 
Eruption, n. 
Eruptive fever, 
Erysipelas, n. 
Escape, v. 
Escape, n. 
Escapement, n. 
Eschar, n. 
Eseharotic, a. 
Eschew, v. 
Escort, n. 
Escort, v. 
Esculent, a. 
Escutcheon, u. 
Esophagus, n. 
Eskimo, 7i. 
Eskimo dog 
Especial, a 



. 268 
ami wa* wain ifcw 'j fffB4:Q« mm 
ijp nn tiu nni .^rviVald 
4i Jjfi s: wil^nn fin id 
\f\%l HTBJ ww in* 
Rmi fin ww sin fitbj <5i 
ms no n« 

jtTU' Ciu ms usin tJsrp 

Ftmil'flti wu • 

tjp iwfo £h mw £ fnnu tifuarcjltfthn uffti J-nn 

wuld nuifa jonln" 

flT5 WU Slfl YlfTTl iiR LfltJ wan im QUflJISJ 

film uw 4vs inu wati wan nu (mi^njiWQw 



iKifin 



uwa iiej^i r 



ilu 



wan wu wuxIjj auflri ru w*fci 
mvra 93J an Rwld m su fii fi 
Id sfaj Ab ^Iqi nu ifah wtjj mn 
^ifiul.n' n. -km ^i tfotiWU* 
jitavflu ah an iieiufiu 
waon own ifiu | roam: 

l^Sa VlR RU Q^ly $ WHJ <n 

^rdfiiftu vi nun wn Vfam ifltm 

tilfftt hi idu Ml U1 Ma W 83^ 



269 

Especially, adv. ^y edn CiJ 0011 fftsn Qw *m.iu 

Esplanade, n. mmi ill tJDU mnu na*u iftm 

Espouse, jp. Cu uq3j du snft nsjui liii 

Espousal, n. mj jju ifo Taiwan a 

Espy, v. RBWJJBJ ITOfl Mill PIQU «fol WW ( 

Esquire, n. ffoy UUI «DQJ tifl i5QU 

• Jc * 

Essay, u Ufl UJ inn 80} R am IUQ UJ 

Essay, n. &QJ J73 ftU *] vi W liW U 

Essayist, f*. ^iiSM iW 3T3 *VJU HJ $ W YtfJ fiW ifal^W ( 

Essence, iu in i& men tffj null in sin yionw 

Essential, a. 4 J tfbi nu Jim •] 4$ ifirihj inn 

Essentially, adv. \f\M MU 71 aiflfU (tf 

Establish, v. W 4ll M 3JU fl/fr nVlS'lMU lA 

Establishment, n tfa fi Rl TITLJ flr^ttl J§ ifo fll 

Estate, n. ^ fttU Wlj fl5V ^ 

Esteem, v. liufio pd idu Iwnj wto 3fi ft tjryryi 

Estimable, a. RE «?: iltifin w 

Estimate, v. KM J1PH AA ( «. «J llnJTW 

Estimation, n. m? n: n:m riRi fh Vb~r"& •) 

Estrange, e. ^W^ w/lna STI mi Vhlsfanfl fn 

Estray, n. ifaflfol ^ WfM 1^1 DO J mj Mild 

Eternal, a. 4j *S fifj ith ifotf 4j1« ft ll»TU 

EternaXly, adv. tmAlJ ft ifim fa ifttM ll»"KJ 

Eternity, n. ^ tffllff 0^ ill\l UlOtf'lll ft fax 



270 

Ether, »t jj-, ^ \$ ft ^ w .^ ^j^ jriviy vilul^^lyl 8fl 

Etherize, * ^ W„ U U ViW [ ^ yl ® U SaU 

Ethical, a. uw Plti tfal i£fa JJin 

Etiquette, n. *fo llcwtjJlllQI^p^rmW ng Mwnrai iyutou 

Etymology, n. *ftn $ mm iJjririYi iwz mnu hlnj uw rifcia ni 

Eucalyptus, n. jfaltfyi VfrjTJ m tf i y 1 Jiff "U"^ »ta *)[ 

Euchre, «,- ^ \n\i utfcj lu nil iaull{ djJ 

Eulogist, *. ^n <uqj ffmritaj 

Eulogize, *. amrfkij tin tie* 

Eulogy, 7i. nu vi ruta wq uni m ajiifftni 

Europe, n. ifciYifl ^itjtl 

Eunuch. ?i. «uu vi ysjy enou 

Euphonious, a. 4to & iftuilwirc 

Euphonize, v. n«T3 fljfltwtf iffiri: 5 

Eurasian, n. fm r1j «mfi 

European, a. 4j -itlu 1JT3 tkr/m S^Jtl • dl£J tkmpf \ltjtl 

Eustachian tube nana Qimff j:vmt nei ff n tfoj nsn 

* Evaeuant, w. til tiTtl 111 ijuai *J 1 J f U 

Evacuate, v. oon sin-ft a:l5TUrintlai 

Evacuation, n, m$ ^ thy «ij fcrfi tr»9 aft Emtt 141 

%Vade, v. »RtJ ttan twltJ i^m Axi tjuw 

livaugel, n. ita bu tfeiifij * fffiflfu urn wjatrj «1pfr 
Bvangelical, a. . 4 j gn rfoi n*tj wo £i o^j hi HRfiyu iHriyjf 

Evangelize,, v. il*n tknirl flBfyu «w WJii^J rfW 



Evaporate, v. 
Evaporation, n. 
Evasion, n. 
Eve or Even, n. 
Even, v. 
Even, a. 
Even minded _ 
Even number 
Not even 
Even though 
Evenly, adv. 
Evening, n 
■£ Evening star 
Event, n. 
In the event of 
Eventful, a. 
Ever, adv. 
Eor ever v 

Evergreen, ni 
Everlasting, a. 
EverJiving, a. 
Evermore, adv. 
For ever and ever 
Eversion, n. 



271 

m utfj wn\i siiwu vnu id 

m5 vi ww jfiyj tiiu ribu «qjj 

dnu Iw'iauQ nh uf ikrj nu 
duu isnjfj nu vmn mi iyH i nu 
FJT4 Is Ui »uduj 
IfiU § 

fij 111X1 6? nnuu 54ivi uriu 
• *U«u ihm if»jQ l«u rwi n wroiJ *i nu 



i *| won 1 1 

m i ^u 

flT3 ik-st i£lBJ 

iwpi nu 

dsinould to w^i ms nu •) 

l»«D III 1J ItJvi 111 iUB4 Qntf 

itlu uWltJ V)i7i nfooald 
(Su au mi ifaj vna 
Taj fih* £p« idu uwifnu 
4i"Uj £<h mj au tij ifWnu 
imjo itl lii £ wi|pi tns 
idu uWflW nAon ma utu 
rtin 160 WliltJ 



272 
Evert > v - riti nau * mu fij lu itJu uon • 

Every, a. or pron. mu ft m ^ n rj vm 

Everyday, a. sfitnfll Vyi 1U mi flJJ l^vpi ftl 

Everywhere, adv. yfg yyi 11 W Ylfl rfttia vfr WJ« 

Evidence, n. wtJlU 4V\Fl nu 4? itlu WuWltf' 

Evidence, v. fa l^Tn^j ilJu WU1U itusyij ^UUI 

In evidence tljlfin Uin 

Evict, v. «&ti U Qon 

Evil, a. ii3 4i Iw'swsj ^imflmi ififl $u 

Evil, n. . Rmi ifi iny Jiy nrailnu 

Devise evil against SDJ IE *mi DJJJJ 8HQ 

Different evils umwfl 

Evince, v. ?T.liml&W$l4 «fa ilflW l*fa: ii4i 

Eviscerate, v. Ron Ifl^l 

Evisceration, «. ms.Y) fljfl w qij 

Evoke, v. . ifon ui .. i^nj bod n*i 

Evolution, n. m$ id? iitij m$ iidaj uu3ii wa 

Ewe, n. lifi: tf 13411 

Exacerbate, v. VhltfatultJ $U Vh lifrfo ftl <ll 

Exact, a. 4j $n #dj dm tfmi pri WW <Qt 

^Exacting, a. '^lAtfiftlj ft 1W$0 ifHl 

Exactly, adv. tnu rftti 6 pn ifoj 

Exaggerate, v. ifiu nil ^i itlu <ftl ifta <Qj 

Exaggeration, n. HTJ flf) ifiu 4*1 



273 
Exalt* v. tintlw j§fml#$!$u unltftitm 

Exaltation, n. nTJ im lasul^fi |W 
Examination,, n. • m5 flm R3*» $ mAfl IQy, flTJ flOtAsi'Vin 

Examine, v. •rhl'J'la ifai? sfnnw ji 'tftetiti •BmjM 

Examiner, n. $"«ns-mj •W'frOfJ ^AlRfc/ 

Examine a witness $tJ WITH* frOtf WiiTU fl'tJ fTCU 

Example, 71. i(jyj Bth? PT3 OWTI pYlTWHl 

Example in Arith. fo^STfltftu nu Rfl 18U 
Brawn forth as an i ^ » «, • 

example yfl ^ ^ u w ctm °" tf ^TOKU 

mn itiu gfa oyis i&o itfa atin 
Vh Itf tnw win tfi It^fiRiry "U 
ma yi IsMiflTru Is sutns* Ch 
n 1#ti5tj ti.r son ujn itiul 



^ in tith Ti Y n son u/i iiJu liw 

flTJ ^0 R3f! Don mi ^W 'foi 

eTvi wo fe awe; n/i oon 

Vh Id" 6« ftu ii3 1 nil A ifm nil 



As an example < 

Exasperate, v 

Exasperation, n. 

Excavate, v. 

Excavation, n. 

Excavator, n. 

Exceed, v. 

Exceeding, a. 

Exceedingly, adv. tflSJ & 3JTI trrcj ifiu nft lili 

Excer, v. Itfw fa Qi Itf 6 fo nri &i °] 

Excellency, n. ITttJ rfllUM DPI i^TWJI-in Ufi: wfc <J1 

Excellent, a. 4l H ift li5* ifiu BU TfiHwiy 

Except, v. -tin ifo 1# UuWfr 

Except, pre;?, iftl lift iStiTST uon sin 

Exception, n. mJ un riu «am fi ifaj an ito 



274 
Only a few excep- £ fa yn ^ fl fi j. 

^ t,oae >n ,, Nj , 

Without exception ft IpTun ifo iau Uj £j i5il 

Excess, n iftu ninn rt»j m»o 

Excewivety, adv Ifltl ifiU ffiJAM tflSJ ifiu RB 

Exchange, v. U»n HAD itlaSJU 

Exchange, n. fffl"IU IWQ li»n itlaim 

Exchangeable, a. 4l«D ^i vOo AT3J rifj nu nan idaim 

Exchanger,^. $b "til ni5 UAfl itJauU 

^ Excise, n. xnfi OTIS 

/* Excise, v lw3J Jllfi QTTIJ flfl ODD (l«BW f% ifio Jlu) 

)< Excise man & WUftlTU iifa JT)6 

^Excise farmer 1^1 m6 VKJ QlflJ 

^ iBxcision, n. T115 i^lQW fc ITU rffl DQfl 

Excitable, a. & Q"W ^: ttffcu £4 TKjlff 

Excitant, a. 4l D^ tl^l 1# fllfjtJ rtllfx 

Excite, v. tli Itfito ttfau fin ta Itfriiihj 

Excitement, n. tlTJ VHiyi TKJ fTfi fell ilflfl flfl U 

Exciting, «. 4* ^034 1#&U }U 71U 1*1 it llf rilBtl 

Exclaim, v. ftw IffW ffi ftw ftf 

Exclude, v. ffa QOO tfa/laj Itfotfi Ijj folff 

Exclusion, w. ma $ tffa i»u "iin ttau nu rife ffa oon 

Excoriate, v. Vhl#mi1 ason Vftwon don idn 

)f Excrement, n. *mw $STfc 

; Excrete, v. *& oon iwjx Iru iljrtyW' 



275 

Excretion, n. nu iftj loAatwn ms iTu ti"TCJ ft 

Excretory, a. tlitj mj *otj Tie/ta\fljn JWD Tm n^ riiu 

Exculpate, v. *5ur Ufitfu 3ilxi Sfl 

Excursion, n. nu fi ivit)3 i^u flin RU 

Excuse, n. im^i iin'jfi TH3 un i5ii 

Excuse, v yntviW iiltsu HO fJtUI lO^Yiy 

Excusable, a. FI3J llfi ifa fl» Itforcjji 

Execute, # i/. tf 1 SU aim lljWQ -"a "^sn 

Execution, n. m> tfilw'aiSs fTB 31 RU 

Executioner, n. ViT^j WDHTf) 

In execution of IWQ Sllw'a'hjN R13J 

; Executive, a. *Qt4 pn« jfainn 

Exemplar, n. litlt) iiWU w p=m Sv» s: 51) DtiijU* 

Exempt, v. Itfaju mu uou l^«5li sin' iioii 'tin It^*. 

To be exempt from i *, *, a 

work . w tm uu isra sin nu 



Exempt, n. 
Exemption, n* 
Exercise; v. 
Exercise power 
Exert, v. 
Exovtion, n. 
Exhale, v. 
Exhaust, v. 
Exhaustion, n. 



^ y\ un iw y 5u o\wi 
ni5 tin i?u 



mlw'i 



th^ry 



an ww .tn tta I 



unrnj 
/ 
rw:Vft Siuis son 6tuts mrm man 



ODil iiH 

tra tjia w: nu I'uih an 

tin ItUVvUDtJ iilS^j \w~cmu ft* 



firm iwuQti tnau 






276 

Exhaustless, a. 4j1jj V&JflV' \ti £<h VOIR 

Exhibit, v. lWfwltfttfa • 101 ODD Wlltfe 

Exhibition, n. nu MftRJ iR3Q3 W'WTJ 1 11VW llsam* 

Exhort, v. w*n ifasu mm m 

Exhortation, n. nn isnou afi fli a! arou i«OU 

Exhorter, -n. ^"iliEm sa 

Exhume, v. ^n piw iifl &J $ d/lrtu flu 

Exigency, n. flxftj fta rt»j tfo J mAflult) , 

iifExile, n. ^rfm mm pi 

|g Exile, v. ^ jfoj miiiYiflliJ efoj TJtAfi III 

Exist, V. ny 3J Q|| 3J ^Ifl 0^ 

K Exit, n. KIT! BQfl flTJ QQnlll STTl 

Exodus, n. mi wi rm QonltJ nu $ tit? Snruoa Don vn 

Exosmose, n. m? $ ifi ^ vtf iSo ift $r uv » 

Exorbitant, a. 4i WW W ifiu nvnR fo »J ifiu FIX 

Expand, v. %%m Itfnfij tn son 

Expansion, n. n"B ^ lUTti Itfrlftj BBfllli TfiJ tflltfflfiun 

Expansible, a*. nn HUTU l^tw Qonllll^ 

Expect, v. RtKJ rii yi WJ41U VW U 

Expectancy, n. fl* REKJ dl yi mn*J ifto tm mfi 

Expectation, n. RTQJ yt vmi ROD m 

Expectant, a. 4l RBU y* uii tm roft 

Expectorant, ». 01 Hi IHUVZ 

Expectorate,*. TTBtKa am IWJW IfltKu 



277 
Expectoration, n. ms ?J3U vS ^J"KJ WSQ 1SWJV£ MW1VC VI tfoi Qflrf 

Expedient, a. w W5JRX TfJ l$U 71 RB 

Expedite, v. tf, \vCmw \vCm ft \#\ & & fa 

Expedition,' n. ni5 W1 mAtl wa"m RU wfoiJ dfa IfflM Vjf 

Expeditious, a. 4-t Rllfa ill IWU lb 

Expeditiously,adw. tmj 33 tn« Wi WRU 

Expel, v. •Dil^lfS QQn R*0 oon 

Expend, v. VfattKJ 14* Vfftu 

Expenditure, n. msV87w Vfl'vuW mjVf+RI 

Expense, 7i. RlkNw tfl ^ BlVfatKI 

Free from expensed sfoi 34 m VN"KJ ul Rfi B1W 

Travelling ex- j^ fa ^ u m 

peuses . . 4 

Expensive, a. hi efoj WCm 3JTH UW *H flRI ^ 

K Experience, n. R7I5J £rffa «TO ^^j 

Experience, v. TWO) HHJ £ fi fW^D fi W flo 

-. Experienced, a. 4l fi MTU £ * WW *M*J| ** 

Experiment, n. fl"3 RW § tlTJ Ylfl ROl 

Experiment, v. Vh mj Tifl «0J ^UfW f RW P 

Experimenter,*, fvi tfl ms tifi am Ttt^tUfW 

Expert,**. ftfMO) ffidfiotlwftn 

Expert, a.' 4* tflQ *MTCJ) «*»M URJ » * 
Expertise, n. • B7W *UXl| «MW UhM 
Expiate, v. W «" tilU W W B1 thtt 



Expiration, n. 

Expire, v. 
After the expira- 
tion of 14 days 
Explain, v. 

Explain at length 

Explanation, n. 

Explanatory, a. 

Explicit, a. 

Explicitly, adv. 

Explode, v. 

Explosion, n. 

Exploit, n. 

Explore, v. 

Explorative, a. 

Export, v. 

Export, n. 

Exporter, n. 

Export duty 

Exportable, a. 

Exportation, n. 

Expose, v. 

Exposure, ». 

Exposition, n. 

Expound, tfc 



278 

fro wiu Is son 8m urn rlwun 
*nu Jfu an vnu Is mm mvmfl 

Id Firai l^i^i Is ^ wsj minti *tofaw 

m? Efttnu tup wff null ami 

w Jfa mw niJ n rou o\i tTw isu 

*U?j wflrm tnsj ifa isu 

dst^i KiCn 

nu djqp ifojuiw mi mm 

m .uarw rtoj n«*1 na: d jjq iro 

wow iiujj row wow umu dm ffa iv> 

ifto s: ans a IWQ fll4 Ml R 

ffjltl fi"tf iJJBJ m oenld 

flu ril moon 

$<f\ rro iw ftu m oon 

ro6 $u fft Don 

4i «» s: w idu $u rfi Qon 

nij ifa 8u #ild sjj wu rfitia 

dfcsiu id« icj« \lioonld^Vitfu 

nu idf> iwu m$ idu. ihu nab? tiiu jd 

rro imm ami »^ Is rro tftt]-KJ 

uda rita Irtnss-u tMtfsriWl 



279 



fa iilu ms Mu 

fawn §f) 

nu ■SiAa &y tfraf mjpn an nan 

au *ao efo son 

nu 4j nu fi ^n 



Express, v. 

Express, n. 

Express, a. 

Expression, ri. 

Expulsion, n. 

Expunge, v. 

Exquisite, a. 

E*temporaneous,a. fa lfhtfKrVUS'fifl llfoiJJ IjJ %QM W\41 

Extend, v. tflltfflfl tTI3 *8?Jiy flill iVlClsJfl OBO 

Extend one's arm iviCiyft inu 

Extended to aWltl fiT ii.W fa 

To extend the limit wo, ^yiy l*B6W It^noll 

Extension, n. rnx win n$w eiaunailtf" 
fa Wy nfo to 

fi Wy rm? to nw not! 
rtoj dovj tlru 



Extensive, a. 

Extenuate, v. 

Extent, n. 

Extenuation, «. 

Exterior, a. 

Exterminate, v. 

External, a. 

Externally, adv. 

Extinct, a, 

Extinguish, v. 

Extinguishable, a. WO *: »to V 



niy ubo tit* uon 
Vhatu Itfown ma arxi nn , 
4j aj wan aw ifitw lion 

4j wtu u$i fa mi \ 



iuM ' 



ifflj 



nu imam md 



280 

Extinguisher, n, ^ mi iwfts fa vi fhfoy ritj iW$3 

Extirpate, v. fltw IjfowK Jin Vhsny *M>iJ0 i§a 

Extol, v. un ifo* srsnsjfSnj tfi an «a im 

Extort,^. •ki^Ufaj'U' ivUm flti lit tin pi u 

Extra, 7? . iftoiimi ifio tif. l&linfUwSB 

Extract, v. nou 11 nau t|vS sn sm ifkm a^ulm 

Extract, n. \fj yi nau . til fWli ."SYI ff^wlm 

"Extraordinary, a. 1« tmi ft • BU lljwaiW Q^iftaW , 

Extravagant, a. wahttj'raW ifH'ttlifoj 

Extremity, w. i]&m jyi tffei dflTU Mill tftw t|r4i.qfl 

Extravaeate, v. lv>a ft BBtl ( 11M ifi info* W l&l ) 

Extreme, a. $ ^fW tlaiu Sty y#l tfisJ $fl 

Extreme, $. «rai tfti w tm"ti Qr fiitfi f|n tlmo 

Extricate, v. Vhlifrijn ' fa>Ki Itfiffifl.ifti sin 

Exude, v." . iSu 4w tisn vn wiu «6o 4»i «nn & rotf 

ljxult, < isfa itau Qud rotaatan fouu ami dull 

fcxultation, w» rWtamfe fiuft 



281 




Ht'CRIOR fifCTUt 



e, V. 



way*/ 



Eye, n. m -m^- iWMny 

Open the eyes S« m 

Before one's m,^ ^ ^^ «iii»W 

Eyeball, n. * jn «T «t W»W 

%cbrow, «. fo. TM& WJIUyf 

Eyeglass, n. uiu W1 flam WEWWn 

Eyelash, n. uy in 

Eyelet, «. yffo i (iv$au { yi j)« ita fea intan ft) 

Eyelid, N. • wB «l 



282 

Eyesight, n. pnjj $u rfl!W % \tffl 

Eyesore, n. fo $ l^flRTOj m 

Eyetooth, n, • ny 1*0^3 

Eyewitness, w. »n^ fwtfwiiTU BJRflmiU 

r. 

F. tjnwj vi ^ lu efws: fJ5nqw 

Fable, n. foi Oinu eh ttafi&j wdi $yitu 

Fabric, n. iwo cri cJl won eft a in pw *| 

Fabricate, v. fin <m tu tfl Tm iliu^ll 

Fabulous, a 4fi idiis tf Qfbi «fo Taj ui i$0 ifiu v i$0 IfT 

Face, «. villi Til wui ttlfr en 

Face, v. tk<tt vitfi Bu wui vn fli Will 

Facile, a. fi uffa Jlli *| 4l fm 1 TU rfllfo hu 

Facilitate,*;. VhltfrKi tfiltfah m ivl 

Facility, n,. Firai hu 

Facing, n> " TjJ*tIjrrTtj im uon mew dn ifc 

Facsimile, w. wjjou 5J iftu ifaw-emjj #1 ifiu 

Fact, ti. &J V) Vh flllfo UTS OU Ifl OTBJ «8l 

In fact $ <$S -ftj Bthl U' 

Factor, n. W3D WiJFtmn 

Factory, ft. tiJ flfl WyiO eft WD tfl -001 TO 

Faculty, Tfc tjvfi dlUIS R7»J arBJlffi W^ QttWiiW w 

Fad, a. nw oiu ifiti m^n -dg Firo 

Fade, a* \ftnm ifon ywtjy <ftjtjtj 



*V'. 



* 283 
tfai £jj f nj sin w^ui -It 

ws: wru win bstj: ^isIr ^r njrflo . 
Vh IjfavAosj tfi m? su m6bu wain 

^n i^i itiu jTr -j njj i4i itlu sfti 

Vh Itfain wim mnld ifc »:»xj ( rfii ) 

R7VH lin WOJ 11R lltKJ nii re 

R7&J Un WtM RT&jTli ffllSS RTI1J RIR^ ftU 

tnu Qur tfiy r Is $i s: inn 

4* bdu to ujjIjj fi j35 tuioAaj rorsu 

iiivi aulil iiR mliltl vmjltl 

twu ifiou voir rlisE 

4i iis'jj us*5 nnsu raitau 

\m 4o rh ^ru id« 'km \m f sin ••••• 

r*rj yi itjj mu mi son Jiu utsj sqj 

^RuU rfiifltJJ ^RU ffSlR XfM ^fiflHJJ 
R3"CJ l4o l$Q flO 

4j jj rtw nrRnjnj ao 4o rji un 

^RU 4() R« Wd rifl'/ mllfi V\l4o 

araj nrffajtij ^s!r 

4tul $s1a 5n lil i4o fioln*' 

Fail, • Fell, FtHeu'RH iUta RTO^Gll 

fall, (a- leaves) WW hi 



284 

tfall, <as a house) jjjj fjj 

Fall, {in worship) rintJ nJttjlvfr Vim tftflJJ WTO dttlfl 

* Fall, (in prices) rimafl Sim wn 

Fall, (as to plans) \u ofo m?n 

Fall, n. nunnwiu mjni.ww Vhan tjgWltfj* 

Fallacious, a. tlitJ ms\u <ti hi MO WO mt 

Fallacy, n. ptoj wo att flTBJ i ui <5: 

Fallen, a. 4? fin wau 4i 331 81 

Fallible, a. BIS W*Jl HAW 

False, a. tfta Isl «ftj 1*1 utf 4j tlafM 

Falsehood, w." fl?ta #1 i9!«s nu T|A ^ttl 

Nothing but F. ffiu UW ail tlatl 

Falsely, arfu. • Xf\U yw\ 

Falseness, n. R7HJ ifa flTBJ fila «ftl 

Falsify, v. Yhltf'fln Qflffajtip ^IWU 1Y» 

Falter, v. flfl ttlvi OTJ 

Fame, n. 4o mtii fi ip i»l fj] ii ffi 

Fame, v. ' ft faufojl , 

Far famed fat W rfftna 

Familiar, a. «^4 iRtl ffu 'StwOJ 'ItU £ ifol 

Familiarity, n. FmuVw: RJttJ tflUttlj flTOl J^U mi 

Familiarize, •». *» "^ty W ^ ( Itfafto With ) 

Family, «. Wt/?fU( RJBU «f5 lfc%f 

Boyal Family, n. ITCWUWTyw* ■ 



286 

Famine, n. fft rtj xnmii.im ANT) UIW 

Famish, ». fny IMTOn Q1TJ t)f) B.inn my 

Famous; a. .4j ft fo imi ' lloi JJj. J]] ilnnjj 

Famously, <wfa>. ^flirft ^Q i^j nil? 

Fan, n. m 

Fan, v. nrrcjf^jmiifa itolifainj" ifa Vftfa 

Fanciful, a. i&Atl fblf WUJ du 1^ 

Fancy, n. FI7&I fifl 11011 1* FTTOJ fifl J#U 

Fancy, v. wpi iffa ii noti ©yin'lri' fin ifwlt] 

Fang, n. i^W ifoaifafihj *) 

Phantom, } ** • ** * ta ifa to *i Ufl $1 

Far > a - . Ina twlna riultAna 

Far away fa^j fo^ 

Far reaching ^. ^ Q ^ ^TlW «a llfhu J4Q 

How far is it? "l^ lY |-,^ 

Far from fa ^ 

So far tl 1WUI \& ifiw fi 

Farce, n. « R3 wan ^ ^-j am jtf i5X 

Fa * e > n - ^it-fiy «n\i fh BTVITJ Rl lHu IrtU 

FareweU, w. mj k M -*TT» nultl 

Farewell, interj. ft ifa aild HO Mil R «j ailtl riou 

To bid a farewell ftift, m ^m'ftullJ 

Farinaceous, a. 4j tJs*>Bt) faj ii& fo t U& 1^1 till 

Farm, n. Tj U i mi t!|n tWU 



286 

Farm out ft gn infi \tfiii fa yn tdu tf 

Farmer, n. ^>fo ui 1JT3 ui 

Opium farmer i4i mS tin 

Farming, t>. ryu Vh u vn 

Farrier, n- in m inon aft 

Farther, a. ln» rm i!u 

Farthest, a. Ina fi $Jfl 

At the farthest 6 ^rft Inn 

Fashion, n. auu Bliv $J 

-Fashion, v Vh VhW'jn Vhltftruutit) 

Fashioaable, a. r&J ftXJ & WttJ'MJtl y$W fUTII 

Fast, ti. Qfl own A* BWTJ 

Fast day 5u fio fla Bfl owa 

Fast, a i() ens «« mm irou ww 

Fasten, v. $n% frtifamu tfiltfrniu u%i nil 

Fastening, n, fro ^n ff) ..ifSfM Al 

Fastidious, a. fk Mtn fi <»: l#qp t* 

Fat* a. w« WRi^ttj Au 1*b sjtp jifcewn 

Fat, n. iXu tfof In me sJjy: 

Fat, v. Vh l*f«ftu \ftti ifio lit* vm 

Fatal, a. fru 4j dw Itffij uri nun* 

Fatally, aefv. *U« pn ittfl tma^ 

Fatality, n. ifrf n* fa VhliMij rnu 

Fate, n. nnu tuft iwxvf mniflrc/ 



287 

fateful, a. ^fold fa iWxv f fa ft niili Jfa-jnn 

Father, n. Gfli WO ' 

Fathers, n. j| *h fli *n<u Wjrloum wclotrfi 

Royal Father w:uun UUTI wjtQfij wsrfjflV 

Father-in-law flB PIT WtafrSK 

Fatherless, a. fi\ii 3j Qfll itlli tjp fn wJl 

Fatherly, a. mm pgijj jfi' (nu Qm) 

Fathom, n. WTi WW)1 <D fin 

Fathom, v. wt/5 g afaj any §n fa Jn n Fmjj qn 

Fathomable, a. 07*) -s: 5ei n^U Uj'tiW 

Fathomless, a. fjfi wft lai fij qn ifiu wi/un*" 

Fatigue, n. flTftj iW40U A3liJ wfSfl IW4DU 

Fatigue, v. Vh Iffotttoj 

Fatness, 7i. F17IUQ3U WW pflurf 

Fatten, v. VfT'lt^dHi * Vtl Iwii i& UU 

Fatty, a. 4j & ifa 3JTI fa MB jju fllGu 

Faucet, n. IHQtJ i"a Hi fVcjn ifi 

Fault, n. F1313J fin. T11J FOS S^Ylfe* 

Faultless, a. faw 3J €4^1 d wiifi um\l Y) ftttlW 

Faultiness, n. &U nltn Sin Wiw 

Favor, n. WW DOU yry BW 

Favor, v. .$ ^^j 0CU ^ ^™ I^IU 

Great favor tflflCU 

To show favor ' tkw ifolM R^i uri 



288 
Give judgment in^ ^ liftWlu: 
favor of plaintiff ,» ^ 

To get into favor Wtl AttU «8QU Ifl ^3134 «HQU 

ft Is yru 4j u Istttaa iliiu 
jj tfhwnc f\ 
vwli em if) 



Favorable, a. 
Well favored 
Unfavored 
Favorite, n. 
Favoritism, n. 
Fawn, n. 
Fear, n. 
From fear 
Fear, v. 



ATI34 HR3 FI7IJJ 11153 na? 

There is no fear of ^ fi 11 HR3 foliJ na nri3 

r/u asijj ?fr iSta fnu na5 fiJIjj irut 
4*1*1 nri3 Ens frunso 



Fearful, <z. 
Fearless, a. 
Fearfully, acta. 
Fearlessly, adv. 
Fearsome, a. 
Feast, n, 
Fea*V«.' 
Feat, ?i. 
Feather, w. 
Feathered, a. 
Feathery, a. 
Feature, «. 



DT3 i8UJ BWB fiVfo !>"«« 

tnj impm d fco 

iu un #. ttaflu fai to ail *j 
ttaiou rfk im £ to wu un 
4* atfai rifc to un 



Febrifuge, n* ^ fo\f U i £& mi(u fo u mJj my 

Febrile,, a. uw rWU' 4i ilnngt fKI R3TJJ &U UW niU* 

February, n, jfovi ^unitftrf' 

Fecal, a. uw bw diy im 6 tiiy otin 

Federate, v. \tflM Bjj lu R3TJJ llfl RJBt BU ifi W ftU 

Fee, a. JHl Rl tSJ34l&Ji4 fll WJUlfojW 

Fee, v. fc thmta Itffh Wiiiviyjj 

Court fee frultfU ma tifo 

Feeble, a. i mi tfott BETU SU 

Feeble with old age uw 14Q1I IfttJ *am 

Feebly, adv. tmf iiJ! UOtl tftll ff"UIM RTIJJ BBU 

Feebleness, n. RTttJ BBU dltft ftTUJ CIBtl UW dl«^ 

Feed, v. Fed ItfalWfi "lltolWff OU 1§W 

Feed, to. QW mi tmv UW jftll' 

Feel, */. Felt ^Iwtl AW^l R#l £»n «fll fl^Q* 

Feeling, iu MUI 2?1WR RttiJ ^H 

Good feeling R3UI •BOO WQ U nil 

Feet, n. WROTH* LW W8"KJ Alft fl FtfO*. 

Feign, v. un$ 111 VfalflBJJ tfl pOTU 

Felicity, w. FIW f H R?134 WTJTClJ. R3UI WTflJll 

Fell, v. tm UW Fa//, ^ll M U& 

Fellow, n. itall W3TJ IWBU 

Bad fellow RU ife IWBUlfc 

Good fellow 'RU ^ ^QU ftU fi 



290 

Schoolfellow lfttmfom roj"rtn uriAsj itou 

Felon, n. d joou Fii4 ihs infant yiw 

^.Felonious, a. .jfto KlllM R71W IS mil \tfaf5 BSJT* til 

Felt, v. qIjjpi iiwi fW. £an na? 

Female, w. jftft jfi jjjy ^ttrfj* 

Female education nu fim An&n 

Feminine, a. * eta $W&i lltto iWPf fffi? 

Femoral, a. ■* uifo ri^pn " flijjoj " ( rwrqn^nu tn ) 

Femur, n. '4o fwrflntFiu Til s:ww *dd i"Di ua: *db tfiutn 

Fence, n. Ron fi 

Fence, v. riu *3 sfou tffa fi tfa njrtj om tin 

Fence in jfou J5w rm 53 u 

Fencible, a. Bis tftn rm rifa qt^o ubjj Iwtloj dpi #faj f)Tf 

Fencing, n. >m uw ms tfeftifl enu ua: oi$ ehj n 

Fennel, n. fifa ivilili l*Di illlon 

Ferment, «. i4d ^i VbltftflBfl {J 

Ferment, v. ifofl W^ltpt) WjJh iflBfl tbu 

Fermentation, n. mjifiBfl {I $u 

Fermentative, a. 4j BIS Itfafta fiTBJ ifiow tbu 

Fern, w. ifawirita Vitu cin fin 

Ferocious, cl $ JHl B-fW fl Jill Ml 

Ferocity, n. ATM fl fri mfou ffirftb 

ferric, a. wtk rip iwlfn &ta Vf iwSSn 

Ferrule, n. tlfiOfl injfn ifffl •) ( MJU fi JinuljJ'llfa ) 



291 

Ferry; n. yil m ftj y|^ ^ jfa ifa ■fol Win 

Ferry, v. - ai «jhjj ^in 111 li"Q «ni TO l4m 

Ferryboat, ft. fto *41t' 

Ferryman, n. F)Tt li«tf 150 4lj. . flu fifi *$1t 

Fertile, a. 4l ^jfliJ fi oil 6 ejalsfojTT) 

Fertilization, w» fy» VJ*^ti tljtww "Imfifl wa tftjijfu . 

Fertilize, t>. /rnltf^mJ ifhltf fiuftfu wlrtfafifltllljtityjCP 

Fertilizer, n. $U tkflSJ Itf'fM ft t!u 

Fervertt, a. uvit U lotl JU 

Fervently, a<fr.' fifa Vi jQU JU 

Fervid, a. ' ftm «to W«iJ "to 

Fervor, w. ; R713J feu ta 4i Si 87)14 feu Wr'ilW Vl 

Festal, a. tttk ivmmj IMI iwi «ryni4 

Fester, ?. ifim itlu WUQJ 911 WUOI 

Fester, n. .fTO W«fJ ilJTJ UW8 ittay HTJ iSvWBI 

Festival, n. «1flTT& nil 3JttwflW 

Festival, a. UWmJNJflft ihw nn Rififi 

Festive, a. tl"KJ fTO JtJ* ,m5 Htm 

Festivity, n. . fVB inyifi . tYlf iStlfhlSJ 

Festoon, n. m* tfs^ ^ w u* wtm urttfatfoiwi 

Festoon, r. ifou It^itlu WW Jtfft Tfftf fluid 3J1 . 

Fetal, a. aw nun ( tfslw tfta vi ) 

Fetch, v. lifldiOTjji ItljtJiJi nuVitlurtfn 

Fetid, a. ^ffl.nfafttl wSSu 



Fatlock, n. 
Fetor, n. 
Fetter, v. 
Fetus, n. 
Feud, n. 
Feudal, a. 
Fever, n. 
Periodic fever 
Jungle fever 
Time of fever 
Feverish, a. 
Feverish riese, n. 
Few, a. 
Only a few 
Fib,, ». 
Fib, v. 
Fiber, n. , 
Fibrin, n. 
Fibrous, a. 
Fibrous tissue 
Fibula, n. 
5 Fickle, a. 
Fictioii, h. 
Fictitious, a. 



292 

nu tu itfi urn tfi 

fiTOJ wS5u 

•itfnluwsjf pnluifai 

ib'tom Uftjifl wutj dii im iiti 

uw nu u j) "I14 riiun mi it riw «n qttij 

swu nun anfiu Jbu 4* ««u s: <b\f 

Ami fou ww mu - 

£ urn uou 1*1 fi rw In p viaia 

ifa $iu \u mo &:i£u.n 

M$ arwirtfi ft efm VUfln *| (n ojjmfl'^ iw 

^filimafaifi *fli*Mti tw™"™ 

jfio nfifl w& $ £ irfu itlu In aafiu pi 

nj:gn ww urn nn 

ht nifo. risen lb 4tlw ifc* 

fern (itlfo 6m .ill) <fy 





293 


Fiddle, n. 


IT!) ft Tffl 


Fiddle, v. 


im ® ttq un ifo r any 


Fiddler, n. 


$k I81i TiQ ff RTU 


Fidelity, n. 


RTflJ TfQ «H fl6 M1JJ aW «ftl if* 


Fidget, v. 


Ijj q^J qv\$C ifilri ft: ey'lff 


Field, n. 


VI TplUl IWTW UllJlJ 


Field artillery 


tm ^141W 


Field of battle 


UWIflU 


Field officer 


vm mi 


Field sports 


trs t«iu my avui 


Field works 


n*u eiiy uon 


In the field 


nail u4i nav *yf 


Field marshal 


viu vm un 


Fiend, n, 


£ fly jftg uwrtrtjnpw 


Fierce, a. 


3 fty nw 4j jfe 1111 


Fierceness, n„ 


flTIW !f. ife 


Fife, n. 


U^'ti Tlflfl wfo 


Fifteen, a. 


$u wi 


Fifteenth, a. 


vi m m 


Fifth, a. . 


fi rfi th 


Fifthly, adv. 


lu vi ™ lay fii i «R 


Fiftieth, a. 


i ifi flu . 4 


Fifty, a. 


tflfiu 


*%,n. 


ua Jjrino 



HI 



294 

Fight, v. Fought Jt j j t j nu ju ^ fftj tjj^tfl 
Fight (with fiats) ^ rfa rfoti JJ3U ffu 
Prepared to fight jfj vh «£ irn ifllujj tfl fljfljTN 
Fight, n. nij ju ^; ti fiu uw rm 

Land fight jtJ Ufl 

Sea fight ju yd a 

Fighter, n. fitly/, f 6 f 

Engage in a fight i«fi jftj tjjryyn rm j4l WRDU 

Fighting fish tlfll flfl 

Figure, n. yj hi ^d jj ufl: ajfo wao tf iau 

Figure head f| tkfTu vft 00 ^ ,tllytJ nR1 ™ J 

Figurative, a. wto rti^tkvn uw rii itlltaj 

File, th w: lu «fou Rinti fjyj win 'uro • 

File, v. p &u mrlu 9\{\u itn ifriilif Ihiij ihiiijtwi 

Walk single file ifiu m*i raft flu ifiu du« £ "* u fiw ^ 

Filial, a. uvu gn 

Filigree, n. fiu lljrmj fov Hu ihi $m vim 

Fill, t». tfiltftrlu tlu^i ItffiN ua fiu «m §u 

Filled in WJ flu rnu fiu 

Fill a box UU} «w wtt lei ftti 

A box filled with fttrtJu} rfaj 

Film, w. taAfi U-tf *| flKfJTtt TfJ \i~\V\ 

Filter, »." . wfonsmuV vote two* 

Filter, », , ram mm ifaj wfo faj rawnu raw 



295 

'Filth, n* •DoAar^wn 

"Filthiness, n. Rni/tatRjn tffi ' 

Filthy, a. XtiXfltn itleu WJfw jtf 

Filtrate, v. yh mj n;,OJ flaw OQfl 

Filtrate, n. , «nm fi mm aonV* .ifi ri nitwltf" 

Fin, n.'. 'rihrdm 

Finable, a. FUj *j: ifoj rirdftl 

Final, a. , ^ $m daiu liw daw ifio s: 5fu 
Finally, adv. Ifly $ f/i lu fi ^rfl ^fl«] }fu *^l 

Finance, n. mt fifft Xivn wxidH il&mHu 

F. Department finil^sr Rift 

Financial, a. * <j"RJ $t fhi uelufiu ' 11W Du $U 

Financier, n. ^fi d fit) ^fi fiU IhuiWwmfiU- 

Find, v. Found vn Ml tk YiJTtj 71 vnTtf 

Find out $U ^l^RTttJ 

Finder, ». ^m WU tJ: lAm iti fjtitf d«TU tlu 

Fine, a. anfiun ' tro anfom m wfony 

Fine, n. Hu fh d& dffAwi 

A double fine ll&lwjfftaw 

Inflict a fine Jt« fil dftAwJ ifoj Vffh d& 

Triple the fine dftAiW *& gW 

Fine,*. d&im dfo fttiliW W> jfofRltlrti; 

Fineness, n. WUI atifojfl 

Finger, n." &&) WfcWl}* 



Finger nail 
, Fore finger 
Middle finger 
Eing finger 
Xittle finger 
Finger bowl 
Finger breadth 
Finger post 
Finis, n. 
Finish, v. 
Finite, a. 
"Finitely, adv. 
Fir tree 
Fire, n. 
To light a fire 
To be on fire 
Tire a gun ' 
Fireanna* ft. 
Fire alarm 
Fire box 
Firebrand, n. 
Fire company 
Fire engine 
> Fireman, «. 



296 

i&jfo iSufa 

fa 4 WJIffaO 

fa nRif wjrjPBtSsji 
faun iwamifim 
farlmj twrnGji 

•BUI «hj J4Q ( ifjO ItJ iIkKITU DTO lift ) 

di fa nfo inii fa 

Iritis aft tfwift wsu 
ran new £ ni^W*4^wy £ nw foi 

tfAfi 111 AW 8 J 

'\vdt WW 

jnlil jn imfta 
nturftagift tonsil 
lAm'^jjudi ifom§» 
4^1 mlhnu «li iwRj 



m 

WWW. Wto 

wu nm ritj mill 

luti |tiu' mn eiht &,«!-. 

wuliNft ii\lu iiu fo ami ml utm In 1* 



Firefly/?*. 
Fireplace, •*. 
Fireproof, d. 
Firewarden, .#! 
Firewood, n. 
Fireworks, n. 
Firm; a. 
Firm, n. 
Firmament, n. 
Firmly, adv. 
Firmness, n. 

First, a. il vfa urn ^um Rm wn ifoifa 

The first that comes 6 W n Xil 6 *J1 ntm ffa 

From the first ilM Mf) JJ1 Ufufijjjfl 

Firstborn, a. \lflf tfi d 

First-class, a. 4f.oy-A|fl4.yf| 4jM&. 

First-hand, a. VfifM fit) Ifan Vf ri*M fM iv 

Firstly, adv. ^im ^ mn \wf\i mn. 

Fish, n. lift! 

Flying fish dfrinJ:t*A tWfltt. 

Salt fish tlmiffa 

Fishbone tfallm r c 

Fish trap aim ffa d»r" 

Fishhawk,** '.m&nflinllV' 



298 

Fishhook^, iffonntlai 

Pish, V.. «ftj Ja-, |, n J R -| ^jy ^ ^y ^,g 

Fisher, n. flu <u dfil 

Fisherman, n. *au <tJ tl«1 1H3 tfetitf 014 MJOU lfif» 

Fishiry, n. ^ <u tlai ^ tffi dai 

FUhing rod Fill iflu 

Fishing line anu iffo 

Fishy, a. & £ em tJ«i £ fiflu R13 tki 

Fissure, n. imn iw frw M3 JtiMJ 

Fist, n. tllfio riifiu rfgufo 

Fit, v. tlft l»fau mu JutfuJra) 

Fit, «. Uflajjnfh 

; Fit, a. »jj uri fimfu »i4 rnti ite l«l*i«Jl ffflti 

1 To see fit iflu uou tfttJ 

To fit up <f\ lisi ditfltj $U 

Fitfully, adv. XfM filtn flirt^n njmn 

Fitting, ti. MW Wi4 mjJTt mjflB uri' 

Five, a. luryst tfl 

•Fivefold,, a. adv. tfiU VMi f Ui tfi wh 

Fix', v. Hull' riwmfl If il^iljr i!j:<i <f\ m* 

'Fix the day . lfil fii fTlWUfl 0U 
^hereisnonxed^ fi ^ UfjaliV 

■Fix the amount *§ Q*«n • 

fixed, a. fSt^.tdu^-. firiwulf tJiriifljj 



290 



Flabby, cu 
Flag, v. ' 






Flag, n. Mi 

The King's Stand- 
ard w wnrra 

The Flag of the M ^J^ 

Kingdom T 

Queen's Standard M JTflmrQCt 

Royal Navy Flag W ftfU YlMTJ ifo ttatt 

Navy Flag W flSJJ YIKTJ IJ!) 

National Flag M ft M tli:4l *m§ 

Pilot's Flag fit tfl fej 

Flagstaff, n. mi tf 

Flagstone, »., -UWU^ai fWll j! ttUU 

Flame, w. daild l?l$TT_ 

Flamingo, n. UH flfl if*^I . 

Flank, n. ft § ft -Si! TIM YIN 

Flank, v. du ¥&0 114 JJ1 iff WO,? ft «IqU "| 

Flank guard "*hw f! ft 

Flannel, n, cfi aflViam e!i *DU Ilfi: 

Flap, v. atin dn mf\ mtClu 

Flap, n. VKJM TO WQU .WW tlfl JBU «0 ifio 

Flash, n^ -WW Tu 7)11 

Flash, v. Vll Irfti UW T1U *] UfltJ TJU *J 

Flash ( lightening ) IMW & U«U 

Flask, «»*. "WfllflSTI 



300 

Flat, a. utm m 

Flat (taste) ^ ^ 
Lay flat down « ^ M \fr m ^ ^flU ^ 

y Flatiron, n. jv^nlfl eJl 

Flatten, v. VhUmjiun^j l^jiu uyy udttftrtf 

Flatter, v. ^ yQ $j n fa 

Flattery, n. ms tlsrsti tljaw m «un iloi rii oytaj4 
Flatulency, n. , tjaiom^m' 

Flatulent, a. $ $ au JJT) lu \faj ifoj $U 

Flaunt, v. ns^ta vri 

Flavor, n. n^U MBJJ to*flTJ« 

Flaw, *. ^ jhm *ot^ fijp 

Flax, n, Sti^J 

Flaxen, a. ^ Vh «foj lfi« fl^KJ *| nu rf-ftJ 

Flay, t>.. aen ww ni mw nan roft 

Flea,, ri., tii vafa 

Flection, n. fiis ifa ^rw . UWfW 

Flee, v. Fled vitfltl 

Fleece, n. «bu an: Hi* iin: v» ew nm vA* 

Fleet, n, ny fto JIj wo m lu noj twtj fto 

Fleet, a. ft d i#i Wb 

Fleeting, a. 4« ffotlll ft •] 4* *jfc «m 

Fleetneis.fi. RTOjft dilftft fliwftlj 

Flesh, n. ifio iiJttl 



301 

' Raw flesh j{Jd flfl * 

Fleshiness, ?n» fixuj fftu ft 

Fleshy, a, $ u ft w; & ft 

Flew > v ' vfm aw F/y. fjiiltJ wjft 

Flex, u JDwtnfi JS 

Flexible, a. $j ffa Jit' BOli wriSti $ raltl JO Ulltf* . 

Flexure, n. n"0 JD MJ i^l 

Flight, n. ms ^j v rfflt] 

Put to flight IrUwuIiI Vh !tf"vmlt! 

Flinch, v. i&m n*g yh l^ls WD tfl Itftfifl "U tJai «3J 

Fling, v. Flung tyii fo uftlJJ *Jyu nfil 

Flint, n. in\4 in&i IvJ 

Flintlock, ». {ju ifh Vo'un jfu fiu m^nlw 1 

Flirt. ^ 4u»qj iiii4 Ri rm iftw 

Float-.(a raft) w. «QJ aw 80J *p 

Float, v. aosj arnj ifi aoy tfi viiltf'aesj 

Floating, a. 4j SOU fljj' 

Floating house liw ifau UH 

Floating bridge awiu V^U 

Flock, n! ^J W^l win flmu 

Flock, v.- »jjitlvi^ iri ns^j $u rmltl 

Flog, v. i^uu liuu $ 

Flogging, n. mniauSi 

Flood, n. uStwj jjwww: 



302 



Flood gate 


tkflw 


Floor, n. 


iu 


Floor, v. 


$ Wlil^ iQT wu ^ Itf fi fiu 


Marble floor 


wu flu QQU WVl d *ftu fin aiu 


Inlaid floor 




Lath floor 


ta Win 


Ground floor 


l^U NU filT 


Flooring, n. 


UBJ fllWU \\ ftll TjJ^li 


Floral, a. 


nw won bj'uin 


Floriculture, n. 


. rnj dan iSw m/l^fiii *| 


Florist, n. 


ihj iSllJ 8TVI lJJ>Dfl ' 


t Flour, n. 


WW ii& i*8i ana 


Flour, v. 


tfuduutjj iQiiid^nj 


Flourish, v. 


i*ftry i*d jt3j .,lw^atf »flli 


Flow, n. 


njiiiw ifflwa 


Flow, v. 


Iwa 


Flow down 


mn a Ail 


Flow over 


W3J 


Flower, n. 


fionltf *?. oen nan 


Flower garden 


roufronljJ' qyiitnu 


Flowery, a. 


iffu rffa flonlal* a^u wan 


Flown, v. 


Qi^f) hVii Fly: Cm id uffr 


y Fluctuate, v. 


Tt)»T« * itl^tiulil idto *n 


Flue, n. 


lliiw flfa 



30S 

Fluent, a. niioj io/b Xwns ikm aaoi 

Speak fluently ^ «fc ^ ^ 

Flung, r. q$ ffl uw /Yi/?.^. itfajjlt] ui& 

Flush, v- 4i 3J Willi W '*U U'JJ $<fr$U IflfM *U Kill 

Flush, n. fitiU 11W UW VSlll 

Flute, u. «URy 

To play the flute itn may * 

Flute, t\ ^U yh idu §n idol du 

Flutter, v. fin so "] Gu wrifiu i fin ftj n 

Fly, •«,. ujjai 3u 

Fly, v. Flew, Flown fill fjulll Vh ItfrjOU JJQtJ VJatJ wfi 

F. J y away fill id iftU wy id iau dfo id 

Fly downwards fill wqau a* 3J1 

Flyleaf, «. "tU Win tfw fl^U WO daiU nilWB 

Flying, n. ™i fil4 JOU DTJ RDU SOU 

Foam, ti. ^05 ifa* U* V. tf 1 fati ?loJ 

Foamy, a. ^ iSijJ ifaj WctT fi lloj JJTI 4l lju ifat 

Focub, 7». frmfnau 

Focus, v. i&lifawyiKf ifcltrtit'fiKf 

Fodder, n. CW1 J WTltJ ") flTWtJ fftlf fnme 

Foe, n. *fr|f ffjun^. ^dw fiu 

Fog, n . TOJBfl * 

F °ggy» a. ^ w ^ *° vamn Wfm ^^ 



Foil, v. 
Fold, v. 
Fold, n. 
Five fold 
Four fold 
Foliage, n. 
Folk, n. 
Folklore, n. 
Folk speech 
FoJk song 
Follow, v. 
As follows 



304 

WtJ f)U 

flon ifi an: r 

•DT3 '314 ^pu &b hu 

Qyhii, emu iWwa: wnjiitojj iwwra aujnpu 

XI TtaH Utti WTjJClj '3U 



^Pl fl Will iJEtf WUI WT3J ill 

8 111 % nz a" i«tj iji li 
Follow the shore ia*ju &lil 
Follow one quickly UJ 511)4 ItfnKlfij mill 
FqDow the example 4i otj"tf itn Vh VlllmJJ UUtl Qini 
Follow on foot till »*»ft gnu waVlt] 

Firujti 

m tkau wu ui rife iffttw fou 
•aou fn tWtnu fh 



tfifi 5EKJ, 



M 



Follower, n. 
Folly, it 
Fomentation, n. 
Fond, a. 
To be fond of 
Foudle, v. 
Fondness, n. 
Fondly, adv. 



tmj fttw -ihiifii nnw (bit 



Font, n. 

Food, n. 

Animal food 

Fool, 71. 

Fool, v. 

Foolish, a. 

Foot, n Feet 

Footing, n. 

Footfall, n. 

Foothill, n. 

Foothold, n. 

Footman, n. 

Footpath, n. 
Footpriut, | 
Footntep, J 
Footstool, n. 

For, prep. & conj 

For if 

For that 

For the year 

For several days 

For a long time 

For this reason 

For the sake of 

For example 



505 

eivnj u$oj ultra 

U P1U Oil tiaJUjI flUufoj 
^ MaOH WO R3J 

4j uj & druryi ti iu«i 4j in: n: 
i>vi tjivi efon ft) « *Ir yij *a fa fftunti, 

i&uj lift mn J uw A itfi 

fi jvh inn 8w w w fuwOtiu,/ 

11 111 flli I'D' 

«ui4 ru iru emu ^IvitJiR 
son ivh jnu ifiu jtw wshjit* 

4W5T: IWQ iiVlU rtwJij ifttlflfi 
RJU 31 ifiQ 31 

ami: 31 iwnr aft 

FlJti ^114314 tt 

14114 Nl 118*3 
tfKJ M^l ft 

4Wt: iflu uri 



306 

For inntauce ifa -J }j 

Fur the time being uei in ajij fi jjrf ift Q fijf 5 

Korage, v. th T115 W3JWB ttl GWQ fflViftj tfi U» 3$ 

Forauieu, *. «am iSn •) lu m:gin iwo isfa s: aae) 

For as much, conj. Xm iftu 31 Itlu j«BU & iWJX rill ifll, 
Forbade, t;. flfifl iiw Forbid. $m iifft 

Forbearance, n. TITS sfi mu \fiu\fr 
* Forbearing, a. 4* fi flla*j Qfl nau 

r orbtdden 

X Force, n ' dim Am tioj na yiwtj tin tfto fia 

Naval forces nttf VW .150 

Land forces nfWViWttfl 

Take by force §U iQlld <sin usjj f | pfl itnld 

Be in force fill! riu Itf'lri' 

Come into foxce *: ilk fftlU'ltf' 

Force pump {ru ffo in 

Force, v. $u l#Vh ifaj rinm fin $ Vfow W 

Force open VfrtfwiS hi QDfl flfl UMn OfM 
-Force one's self to fo fo flU fifoi 4i h ifi 

Force to be silent «fo* <1 ta & 8 j/ 

Forceps, n. 6w (flu uhttflftft) 

Forcible, a. ifoj UW IW Itf' diUl-» nfl 4 



Ford, v. 

Fordable, a, 

Fore, adv. 

Fore-and-aft 

Forearm, n. 

Forecast, v.- 

Forecastle, n. 

Forefather, n. 

Forefinger, %. 

Forefoot, n. * 

Forego, v. 

Forehead, n. 

Foreign, a. 

Foreign Office 

Foreigner, n. 
Fore-know, 1 
Fore-knew, >v. 
Fore-known, ) 
Fore-knowledge,i 

Forelock, «.,- 

Foreman, n. 

Foremast, n. 

Foremost, a. 

Forenoon! .n 

Foreordain, t). 



307 

ifiu ^y \S 4ui titii *tnu 
4* feu wo «*; inu •iWltf' 

tfi iia tfkj fa 

WET1J illtin!)Ullailj(viiw«DQrTQn»Alls\i , feijQ) 

ifoj $5 iTo rliCtu tI jn fto uqu 

$ di in uiy $u w&n-fminjifi 

.&* 

■hi wtfi 4i! w& 

wmjau*: qDNtsdaoy »:a:a: • 

mliwm 

nvUfSirtlsrivin 

#rwn ti mj iv tfcnu* 

wu mK enn. dl 
wn will «rii fMlu 



308 
Fore-run,-*. Fort- ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ QU w ^ 

ran 
Forerunner, n. $"VxllWU1 
Foresee, v. Fore- ., . ^ ^ > ^ 

saw, Foreseen \™ * w l " u ™ wu1 
Forest, n. lIHJj' 

Foretaste, v. Itfatjj Jfl a a mil' Itf fjfl Stf Will 

Foretell, v. Fore- • ^ « 

to |d VntJ RW ttUl YllUTtl AMf ^U V1TXJ 

Foreteller, n. ^vhtnil mp 

Forethought, n. fljiu 5ff ma -fflf WtSl 

Forever, adv. idu frsmj itlu lUOJ imd 

Forewarn, v. UOnlS'l^^ tfW Will * 

Forfeit, v. jfojdjultJ 001 ^rTdffjtfK/ltJ 

Forgave, v.' tiffin uw Forgive 

Forge, n. fi fi m$n flTJ dflMJ 

Forgery, «. flTJ tfl daott mj dfJQJJ 401 

Forget, u. Forgot, * * 

Forgotten *« w ^ ™ 

Forget one's self dj3J"iY) 83J m 
Forgetful, a. fwi *] &3J *| jJn RU 

Forgetfulnees, w. pwu WW $JJ Atf3J uTi RN 
Forgive, v. Forgave *«> . fc <»«,*.* 

Forgiven unlw* un rwj Cfi lw oaiu hah- 

Forgiveness, n. flTJ Untwtt 4113 ltfo:n\l 

Ask forgiveness «dq o:juAyiu 

°ten ' " ° rg ° ^ 4| w forget %u ifru uift 

£ork, n. -IQ3J mi r. idw mi . Ufin idu m 

F©rm f ». yj fftujTU fjfr WUUUC4U 



Different forms 
Ah a matter of 

form 
Forma,!, a. 



309 

arfw t#£ p] *u Un pi jj in' 
yj ditmstu r,unu 

fii an inu 3ji oyii an riou ui odw riou n 



Former court 
Former disputes 

and misunder- mjtjuflW UA B7B4 U4 l4l *U $J riU lift: HU 

standings 

twiru n»u 



Former sin 
Formerly, adv. 
As formerly 
Formidable, a. 
Formleas, a. 
Formula, n. 
Fornicate, y. 



lift i$}J }J1 9i13J IflSJ 111 OUT* iRlJ 

In uri iHjj iajj *ji otlVlj d odu mild 

•w iilu vi mi ufT ih iejun ouw 

Dpi: wIn Sj plljj JJ SW4J1U 

fhnftj dsau 

ill ttu>j$jj , sq-wtu 

nu r^ d?:i«u mi3j^rC' s mwiu 



Fornication, n. 

Forsake, ?. For- *. * 

sook, Forsaken* 011 ™ a: ™ 
p ort, n. ^054 

Forth, ar^y. m^ljwfi GOO UllwMt/U" 

Come forth OOH 341 

Oofo^i oonld 

Forth -with, adv. Ym $ \u \lmk\H VU 
Fortieth, a. $ ft ftu 

Fortitie^oa, w. fllU tfojj RTtj 



310 

Fortify, v. tf) j} 0JJ tf w nut««J t tioJJ JO RHl'ft 

Fortitude, w. r^-qj m U OW mi 

Fortnight, n. rf^ 7iarm Q1 W mj&ft 

Fortress, w. |Jqjj +a 

.Fortunate, a. fa im tft $ {ft^ ^ % 

Fortunately, adv. m ycy tnu iwrtCfl tfofiu 

. Fortune, n. frifofautWl Mn t*&R ^nj am . Wll 

Lost hia fortune tmmri a^ W y 

111 fortune lajx/fitj 

Fortune teller v&jf) g irti vny 

Forty, a. £ fa 

Forward, adv. 1j «jhj vitfi tfi in rf* 

Forward, ». *w TO a/It] |^-j jj, 

Forward goods jwfturiiltl 

" Foster, v. . ^ftJ ifttJJ 

Foster child jfi iJSyj 

Fought, v. trijn aw Fight. 

Foul, a, tffWn 

Foul, v. ifh tlftstfMTl TlRYltitnu 101 

Foulneee*, n. • emu tfttwn Fiw iSmi WJJM 

Foul action miife 

Fdund, v. cfta urn Find, vn wa a& 

Found, v. #§ 4f\i rlq tiu lwj aftj %ii 

#ot to be founded 1*1 WlJuta lw Ji Jia wp *: iWtif 



311 

Foundation, tk rin $n nn ftwiw tyfl my wfo JTU 

Build a foundation fo m 'iRfiu jm 

Foundling, n. y^ fo yf/ttwh 

Foundry, w. t« WSO ivdin 

Fountain, n. fa Jj ^ n 

Four, a. - «fay, & <^ 

Four footed $j £ lift fl itfi ^tTOl 

Fourscore, a. utlfi ft?j ft §W 6 mJ 

Fourteen, a. -flU ff 

Fourteenth, a. yi ftu ft 

Fourth, a. mwluiflUff ifcwvAl 

One fourth jfly Wl DO* fhu N 

Fowl, «. u n Ifi 

Fowling piece (J w jfotfu flj un 

Fox, n. yuWsj 'Sfin 

Fraction, n. im * jfou ^ Vfaau Itlu imt JOU 

Fracture, v.' tfa JflX 

Fragile, a. 4iunnhu UtHJini 

Fragment, n. im $U ffau 

Fragrance, n. nm noil 

Fragrant, a. ngn 

Fragrant amell 6 n&U ttBJJ 

Fragrantly, adv. $\ Jj-n§u Kfjy «fa 

Frail, a »e^n fiu tli^w \foti idrc 



Frailty, n. 

Frame, n 

Frame, v. 

Frame work 

Franc, n. 

France, n. 

Frank, a. 

Frankincense, n. 

Frankly, adv. 

Fraud, v. 

Fraudulent, a. 

Fraudulently, adv. 

draught, a. 

Freckle, n. 
fr Free, a. 

Free, v. 

Freebooter, tt. 
"Freedom, n. 

freely, adv. 

Freeman, n. 
Freeze, v. Froze, 

Frozen 
Freight, n. 

French, n. 

Frenchman, n. 



312 
emsj qqu iii^f5 ami idn: 

uoti matj in*Q! tm 

m raou URnou nn su iu 

\rw irjoj UU 

dsrivfa dfhflfl 

fillU 3J f\7tU fwVj^ 

ms do In! ns:tiw ®u na sjwi 
V) U'RQttl qq ini 

iffjAl iSfa ft 110S nu ifo^m 
ns: ifiTu (to ww r. w\J5 em nn 
4j iilu 6rj: s 1jj o^j lu tifalj W 
ilaot] tfasintduwi 

^ iduSmrUism 

iA mrc fitijj i9\4 «f« two *u mo *ai 

Ira flfon* 



Frequent, oT 
Frequent, v. 
Frequently, adv. 
Very frequently 
Frehh, a. 
Fresh water 
Freshness, n. 
Fret, v . 
Fretful, a. 
Friable, a. 
FriablenesB, n. 
Friction, n. 
Friday, ii. 
Friend, n. 
Friend less, a. 
Friendliness, n. 
Friendly, a. 
Friendly relations 
Friendship, n. ' 
Fright, n. 
Frighten, v. 
Frightful * 
Frigid, a. 
Fringe, «. 



313 

$ iilu lifjy i 'hi & m Aqj ") 






n 



»r «im sa lnu 

fitqj Wi &sn fra 

4 j rrcu ^u jipnrij Is 

iinfuiy.- 

fimiiiln: ue-uwnVRj 

ms'p rfu 



ru sn nu win wqj 



nqj iWl 



nu mya 



FITBJ 01350 

4 ? mmj Itrrm buti jj \tm rfu 

y» sj vnmiefs 00 nu 

fmsj sn wn Is riu . flnf Iwfi fiw rnn 

mui &n Is nsE emu nanny 

inil^wnls nsw 

wiin&Siln 

iflon i&u sa uh 



314 



Frujk, n. 
Frog,, n. 


nil- ntia- 


From, prep. 


sin tin- eil ue w idt: 


•From that time 


tm m*\ mi u\ 


From the left 


-sm i6bj fe 


Front, n. 
' Frontal, a. 


will Ml am a. *tv v\tH *fw w «. »31 wfi 

*. i. ■. i. LHfim 


Frontier, 1». 

A 


fill* J1W iimi 


Frontier provinces^ i£im will M*1U 
X Froutle88, a. 4 J UJ JJ Diu frill l^lii 


Froth, n. 
Frothy, a. ' 
^r Froward, p. 


- ifSultl *fai vim ?Joi JJTn 


Frown, v. 


Vhtttfttm VhtflJlf 


Froze, v. Frozen 
Fructify, v. 
Frugal, &. 
Frugality, n. 


tfw jjw freeze, tfilifadu *fo *m ini 
b;uj flu o^j jty yfl- fijui nrrfitm nrmtm 


Fruit, n. 


^altf 'tiflltf .^..^ ■ 


Fruitful, a. 


nn £ ua irm . wa p?m 


Fruitfulneas, n. 
Fruitless, «, 
Fry, v. 




Fryin^pan 


toi: -;*■ 



Fuel,n. 


310 


Fugitive, m. 


mjwfc 


Fugitive, «. 


k* vfo k wfcltl aft 


Fulcrum, n. 


iwtm VJ^U BTU TOJ mi 


Fulfill, v. 


Vh tfiffo roh lifiHfo »nw 


Fulfillment, n. 


R7B4 Hi* aui tltftmi 


Full, a. 


$u rju bmj tftyjnt' aiuyrof 


Fullness, u. 


mm tflysn/ am iifa nm 


Fully, adv. 


. lnu am tftu • 


Fume, n. 


r& la ». ifaltfottafift ithi.friU 


Fumigate, v. 


4tk iMfftmntim Vfato 911 


Fun, n. 


msuitmyn 


Function, n. 


ntffaTU fftnu ^: 


Fund,n. 


. XVu ^u 0u iRu 


Fundamental, a. 


ttfiirm uwtflu ihrihj 


Funeral, n. 


mi m *% 


Funeral procession 1TB UR flW 


Funnel, *. 


TO3U tl»MWfu 


Funny, a. 


mft ffi tfl! 


Fur, n, 


imihm n"l iu njaffe it)u to 


Furious, a. 


•trfei'ifciii tfthu ^ 


Furiously* a«to. 


t#itiWit tWto & 


Furl, v. 


>3^ *■"■ '•: 


Furnace,*, % 


iin • •••,•■■ • \' .* 



jte. 



3ie 



Smelting furnace 


im wj i m 


Furnish, v. 

1 y. 


<fo vn \tf fiu aw lif <h Itfafifc* 


Furniture, n. 


ifanu: i&ta&m iiftwWitot 


Boyal furniture 


ifftm ro^tfina 


Office furniture 


xAtM nw arjiu m •) 


Furrow, n. 


JOtlltl 1W 1BU JQllfi 


Further, adv. 


$ Farther. 6 An a rniilu fin 


Furthest, adv. . 


g Farthest. IdlnJn A $to 


Fury, n. 


fituM* ftfjiTntir A7&jin5wfifla 


Fuse, n. 


rw mnu ^irow 


Fuss, ru 


frtui^untj • 


Futile, !*►" 


4rbJ itlu dirtwrtf b:1s 


Future, a. 


4j ^ 6 ifim will n™ TniSl »♦ eima tu nij 

G 


Future life 


0. ,. 


onwj $\&\u rifi^jr tflnqw 


Gab, it* 


irw^num thntftro 


Gabble, v. 


' ffiitnn rW!<fcti flfuaoziiro: ■**■ 


Gable,*, 


^Swftfnflott 


Ga&t>. , 


fliwini ifonlnaifitt 


Gadabout, d. 


44&filmiitanini * 


G*g,m 


rfwthrt ••■ 


Gaily s a4& 


Wftum "u^tftihi*! 


Gain t » 


tuft* ttijb em <ns em iW 



Gain, -D. 

Gain a case 

Gainful, a. 

Gainsay, v. 

Gait, n. 

Gale, *t. 

Gall, v. 

Gall, n. 

Gall sack 
/Gallant, a. 

Gallantly, adv. 
^Gallantry, n. 

Gallery, «. 

Exterior gallery 
Gallery around 

house 
Picture gallery 

Galley, n. 

Gallnut, n. 

Gallnut tree 

Gallon, n. 

Gallop, i>. 

Gallows, n». 

Galore, a. 

Qalosh, n. 



317 

& flilj vn fill* ' 'ill tfiVltf' 

4* ififl wa 3jti fo £ w« pmi 
tlfjim 71 tljr&a 
. in mi ft ifiu nh iftu 

tfi Vftftm vft U ^11 Wtna ifioitnti m nm 

i?i ft ft ifirf 

$i \S ft 

WJou dfcu ofof nrii wtcij fftonWi ft 

tmi ifuimta imndl 

wTlau mftw ftu pi 
waft* 

tnlftti uiau yJ jnw 

Irtrflutrcrtw juTttftwff^l&wTj * 
jn JTCJ& ft \ 
jfa nun ft j 
B*wn mi u* iiikibj irmi in* *| } tljancu an 

i wtw tkvro ton 

pas* (to tflyaofum 

«w nH'int mu ifiwifjufii ( rfa iftan ifltm ) 



town 



* 



Galvanize, v. t 
*Ga/nble, v. 
jfGambler, n . 
X Gambling house 

Gamboge, n. 

Game, n. 

Gam* cook 

Gamesome, ad*. 

Gander, n. 

Gang, n. 

Ganglion, n. 

Gangrene, n. 

Gangway, »«. 

Gaol, ?i 

Gaoler, n. 

Gap, n. 

Gape, t; 

Gape, n 

Garb, n (of the 

prieat'a) 
Garden, ». 

: Gardener,, n. 

Gardening, .n. 

Gargle, TV. 
i Gargle, v, 



\ 



I 



318 

mto aiurramfii umiDifh* 
fum nij wifa 
twtiou .^" 

WWW 

rnj ifiu *iii *j afa/th 

In «au 

jJh tf>t4 i»u nan 

«ty wan *u T">y 

n|jj && dntrro 

Ijf» ifie wti> iwxIjj £ .own wi lifai 

tfo I* ito iKiln $\i -fa rh#u 

Sim 4i iTn^Yife* 

f 9S4 

jmiftaunn ^iiqj ion 

"ill* g di dm (tra) aim ttfau riU 

rnj !$1 dm -ann rtoj nun utis ' 

iww fj3*n a ifftew am pm iSo 

« $ oral Goj Hon ww 

•tq tnu iv. Vh stiu 

nuifaflfti, * 

in tfri niK dm m tiv dm 

fiifi dm 'ihf niflfcthn 






* 



I 

Garland,, n. 
Garlic, -n. 
Garment, ii. 
Garner, n. 
Garnet, n 
Garnish, v. 
Garret, Tf,. ^ 
Garrison n. 
Gammon, v. 
Gartei, n. 
Garter, v 
Gas, n. 
Gaseous, u- 
Gash, -n. 
Gash, v. 
Gasify, v 
Gasoline, n. 
Gasometer, a 
Gasp, v. 
Gaatric, a. 
Gastric juice 
Gate, n. 
Gateway, n. 
Gather, ». 



319 

mmtmls)' fwsnlmi rrofconfoa 

mo tft lAm t^i rijj 

tlsrmj tkrib Iw nu 
nivm tii:4"i $Oiv 

\w"3J YtVlU tlj^iOj) 

& jj a"hwu mle Wu tnma * 

Vh itli4 iiejft *jtj an 
VS-jl^naiu iilulotwn ami fcu 

notj fft dm wrj "U 
arii njnwx own tfwfo niswx owitj 
Ji n(i lu nsawi: two ;wa you btotj 
iljtf Iwnj ilsg ifiw tfef *nu tira 

iffo wwjTS' nu rai ds:^ i4i ^u eft 



320 

Gather together iffanujgjj arraalS' 

Gathering, »: tram ru 4j danpj Djj wuoi fft 

Gatling gun rfu €i 83 *bG#i WW 

Gaudy, a. nu «QU 5unuff0U*|' 

Gaudiness, n. «3i34 nut nn jrtiin » *to •] 

Gauze, n. cJi UM eKtdfr 

Gave, v. 00*1 uva Glee. \ft ifarmu 

Gay, «. ty wi aiin mm* wft $ii uiu 
Gayly, arf*. imj ftyn »vm vg vm \m rfjn f&\4 

Gaze, v im 911 p *w im 

yGazette, n. ^fl vijjiu jvimtt 

^Gazette, v. £ usj 0|i \u Sf) tojtu 3TDnu 

^G ove foment « 

X Gazette mn^Tyiumn 

Geese, n. pi. tvm p Goose. 

Gem, 71. ifluvif flu ivamj e5u *) 

Gem, v. dsrritJ pfcu wrqu iffmf riv "j 

Artificial gem WJOIJ ^ 

Gendarmerie, n. wa WStttS 60 0"q& 
W Provincial Gendar- . _ ^ , 

Gpnder, «. Sw' i«Fi 

Genealogy, n. marnfi'B \m A$e w/wjrtja 

General, a. «rtt3hj FISH tft fill °) 

General, ». UIU WD 40n u*i vm FttTW vft wt) 

generally, <wfo. »Jh dflfc tmj tfe BJU 



321 

Generate, v fa ttfifip. %U Itf" ififl ^Tiifwjjni 

Generation, n. *A DTyfllf RU «mfi 
Man, geueration. m ^ ^ fiu ^ ^ 

Present generation infr ^ ^ fJu tfi it*fo 

Coming generation «&"$ ft$ 1T3 8iy oil *»; jj niu 

Generous, a. 

Genesis, n. 

Genial, a. 

Genius, n. 

Without genius 

Genital, a. 

Genteel, a. 

Gentle, a. 

Gentleman, n. 
Manners of a 

gentleman 
Gentleness, n. 

Gentlewoman, n. 

Gently, adv. 

Genuine, a. 

Genuineness, »- 

Genus, n. 

Geography, n. 
Physical geo- 
graphy 



Am SOU 

JJQ 4tn dou Am Fimi QQU WW 

ftTUl rfw Jitf" 

frqwfmf ^Kith "tin aw yJ $u ueiufiii 



f- 



Geometry,* fhnilWirrtll tjlftllin 

Genu, n. ^» iffej aw tow 

German, a. *8i3 tktfrt* luoliju 

Germany, n. itaiYW KjdJfilti 

Germicide, n. ffo k tun h ffaflfotlfl Wit •|V' 

Germinate, v. Vhttfafifl 4u W lulfa ion i<ku 

Germination, n. nu J3n i<mj UW |»» tofl 
testation, n. mi fi ifal ft RJH1 

Gesticulate, «. |i ifa Yil 
Gesture, n. frallti 1TKI 8o lift lift lh h 

Gesture, v. itf in yiti Vh th h 

Get, v. Got, Gotten itn V* l^Tfr «fa Wl ifvU* 
Get out of the way ttan vi^nltl ItMn ^TH TITi 
Get rid of tiffA* lllJiwfe 

Get up $n $U 

, Ghost, *k 6 tcqrcmu 

$o give up the G. 719 $W mu a* 
dhoatly, a. BUT? 8 5 foil ft 



Giant, -n. 


vhd tfnfen 


4 Giant, a. 


4i Wj ipj^Q ifiu Wj twin' tlftt 


Giantess, n. 


tfh& mTaWytmwqjJ 


Giblets, tk 


idhwlulri 


*&*&>■*-■ 


ftt/U^K *toftiw 



323 

Giddiness, *. pmu fltm ft(g 

Gift, n. IIJMtfcltW DOIfl-rtKi •amltf'. 

Roj^l gift, ». i^oj mmminou 

To make a gift tfi Tim Jjiltf' l#£to 1W rlnKl. 

Gi g, »• Jti iSfo in »w «fc tti-wturrcu fsa fin 

Gigantic, a. 4j Wj mHo inu BUTJ yW 

Giggle, v. ffn nnj arna ffu tfl in: an n 
Gild, v. Gilded or « r # . „ ' j 

Gilt n* WR <Y)tM iflfimj t)TL»*f)3t] vim Ufl YIQ 

Gilder, n. Till ntlvta 

Gilding, n. I^YIIYIDJ IriflJfm flKSH t KIT YlfW 

Gill, n. itffan dai 

Gilt, a. 4l VfantM fjfl $1 WflQJ l«Bt4 YIQI 

Gimlet, n. Gfl wii iriiu l$n •) 

Gin, n. ^m nfln vaU W un: iu$fl y\u 

Ginger, n. 8& fa 

Ginger-bread, n. uuw ft ?ff fa 1MJJ fa 1^0 utf* 

Gird, v. mn ft «n ft tiWrc $in ft 

Girder, n. JQ0 lifroJ JU fiu 

Girdle, t*. mu ft 10) tHV flltf ittt 

Girl, n. itffl ^wrfjl fttljJ JTO 

Girlish, a. tyu vtcijj ;ffn q ti fllin wrfh ar& 

Girlishly, adv. *twj film i&i wi)J 

Qkth, n. tcu ft $u jfr any ft to j!H 

piet, n , uriii R7W ta mm nriu am flQTM fo U 



324 



Give, v. Gave, 

Given 
Give away 


ttf tkynu ifaU" you. wsmtiiu 


Give ear 


ikipfii 


Give back 


folif 8ujji lifnaufiu 


Give up 


iRn iSn fo iSn iati 


Giver, n. 


$ 1# ftfemu 


Given, v. 


ofiwuw (Tit?*. It^uiB 


Given to » 


oy 4if *»s 


Gizzard, n. 


nmwx iSkmhmItI 


Glad, a. 


Sufi nta dim tintansf' tronfo 


I am glad to learn £ RTIJ4 Sufi tflrfflnu ft 


Gladden, v. 


Vll 1#$ \* \lfcu RtfU Sun 


Gladiator, n. 


Yivra h mu ( nw to tunw ) 


Gladly, adv. 


rffcl MTU flu$ tmi ft U 6* 


Gladness, 7k 


RTwlTrt «Wt»Nltfl 


Gladsome, a. 


4* idu w$ Itffl ta 


Glance, n, 


tfuSw wi {i w. mftw 5 & •) iw^o:: * 


Gland, n. 


ajsfa RQ54 Hi w i*o np 


Glandular, ck 


Wu luSSfi «B3J 4j jj iuff n eiou am 


Glare, <*. 


jioiiminan 


Glare, v. 


w& wi g jjm m to im «fa tnn en 


Glass, rk 


flCTIV Ulft 


Glass, fo* drinking^ Mf ^ *U * w 


XiOokinxr rfasa 


rin^n *ot wK 



Glassinees, n. , 
Glassware, n. 
Glasey, a. 
Glaze, v. 
Gleam, n. 
Glean, v. 
Glee, n. 
Glen, n. 
Glide, i». 
Glimmer, v. 
Glisten, v. 
Glitter, n. 
Globe, n. 
Terrestrial glbbe 
Celestial globe 
Globefish, n. 
Globular, a. 
Globule, n. 
Gloom, n. 
Gloomy, a. 
Glorify, v. 
Glorious, a. 
Glory, n. 
Gloss, Ui 



325 

in laojj U tivv nir^n 
• if&iw iif^ piv •] ifhm VfatJu utft 

iflftOU •^ , 

rnj lim um ?riv rxdj ^ 8w v. 4b «nu frill* 

iffa An ifoj re <tfi im itfuiio* ^1 wn uy nu 

Rraj Cm#i 

«bw »u £ win inn 

118U aou mju 1 id 

liw urn lift uou *) ffm un rffcj & 

ti fafi itlu in im aiIu in *j ikmu nu •[ 

mm wro wru urn y 

d?n 8n ifch 

^n nau 1 mifl nau *| 
mm irtft wjbj flnu tan idn 

ifi ill WJJEM HMI HUM 

nnu Wutfftnu fnyiu 
4 j & ifiujfttjfl ntlu iimn nhu fiat 
ftm «. ow 0*^1 \tf ft iffajJton «1 
MTU in t>. tfiltttiin .lum 



32* 



Glossary, n» 


tnuiyniu do *\ €bm ft rpfo&tf \i tip ihru 
tiftojflm < Ilhl l 


Glossy, a. 


Glottis, 7V. 


f n rwalen 


Gloves n.' 


^11 $0 


• 0low, */. * 


.»Jh l#pn W TjfodH °»> #» trfyn tew 


Glowworm, fk 


ififlitfoy 


Glucose, n. 


tfi KITA 'Btifi £ llU fftiljfohj °\ 


Glue, w. 


ma «. In riftj rm t'frvu §« 


Glum, a. 


6 fl mfi fij 


Glut, v. 


ftu edu «9^nas 


Glutinous, a. 


ivftan Avitotiyiimj mfitnvBlli 


Glutton, *. 


bu «:Uin otvhj *;t*m wra: 


Gluttony* *. 


RlUi *z\uT\ €W- 


Gnarly, a. 


iJfjj «faj tjw tin ifrfnTaTim*). 


Gnash, v. 


du i$tn iSttt fin iti liu 


Gnat, n. 


rf§1u 


Gnaw, v. 


uyi: ( mm ww mc ) 


Go, t>. Went, Gone Til VUl Vltl a& 


Go away \ f 
Goon j. 


Id Til* Id ft* 


Go ahead 1 


iftumft Id mm TiHIjwH 


Go back 


Simi WlSf .flStfUl TWftlTd 


Go before 


ill tfrwfc Itltitm 


Go out 


fitmlil tnntilifa*'. Tubji 


Go over 


*» 



Goto 



327 

\ltfi Id 5 fo 

Go with eald Id fa) iMild 

Go well together , „ A • *, A 
(homes) fWljnu «*Wlfffc* 

djjn «. fouTiiftiidijn ilovthwj 

arc 

nuw Rit wttalfr<TMT a« ^ijirw mt 

Rli tlRU 1134 «u 

to l#w:i4i -w raimun wwitta 

Wltfl ^* 

Xu Wft m* h*1 tuTlrtu ft 

ffaft ^:ld «*:td ejj aft 

ti« fco «ion «imi ftt fn nctton?* 

$u tiw tloti nai 

rfu vim 4* Vh ftu fwmu 

won mi ww 

tlmntu 

VJOiltJ 



Goad, -n. 
Goat, n. 
Goatee, n. 
Go-between, n. 
Goblet, n. 
God, «. 
God bless you 
Goddess, n. 
Godown, «. 
Going, n. 
Goiter, «. 
Gold, ». 
Golddust, «. 
Golden, a. 
Golden-rod, n. 
Gold-&h, * 
Goldleaf, ik 
Goldsmith, «* 
Gone, v. 
Gong, to. 
Gonorrhea, iv 



fflfYIQf 

jGto. Id aft 



328 
Gooxfc Better, Best $ $ ^ fj .fo 

Good-by, inter}, ft tftta rfnlii in rfo 

The general good npia afivrftj till 

Good for nothing l^mjltlV Tj] idu 6m 

Good-humored, a. oujjnf fi 1*» ft 

Goodman*^ Jf* *» 

Goods, n. i^Ji uw mi #i 

Goodness, n. rtuj ft r *U pi l«j oft 

Good-will, n. ^ V^D . ftrw TOP RT0J SnitanJi 

Goose, w. pi. Geese wtu 

Gooseflesh, n. *n\l $n %U WQl 

Gorge, tt. tonprti morum irotuiin 

Gorgeous, a. n« mntntj tJ^r^ti & JW *| 

Gorilla, n. JfoodvWj 

-Croisr, a. Qiuld ifaitaflw 

Gosling, n. jnt^iu 

Gospel, n. fiqU^W JIW nmvf i4l 

Gossip, n. mi fliu ifald i^w flf» jfju au dm uou 

Gossip, V. |M ifiU flfl tttm flK fio IfUJft 

Got, « Gotten oft* uw G* J. Vlti uifi 
Gourd, n. Wl tftilft 

Gout,*. tj« fiu i«ft 4o mliMfnAdviidutWi* 

Govern,©. dn ram. wot raw fliwrarr». 



Government, n. 
Local government 

department 
Governor, n. 

Gown, n. 

Grab, v. 

Grace, n. 

Grace of God 

Graceful, a. 

Gracjous, a. 

GraciounesB, n. 

Grade, n 

Gradual, a. 

Gradually, adv. 

Graduate, n. 

Graduation, n. 

Graft, „. 

Grain, n. 

Grammar, «. 

Grannnatic, a. . 

Granary, «. 

Grand, a. 

Grandchild, i!> 

Granddaughter, n 

Grandeur, n. 



fytna 

mrwvwwtna 

Jb UT3 aaai afm A nan 

riQtj my «wy «n ■ 

mWttlw oyryiw ^ tfauaw mo tu otwi 

iwr^cu aril roa^l 

my rw mi mi 

*iu tktyn 

<l r: to 1 taw 1 $ aatfn anfoir 

rifciwfmtiu tioudju 

htj tiRQj otm sm tfnfo fivu 

Unfold Ujffo $ W'itlu DUVB 

4i pn *"&j utiiAxnranf 

Wy nJ» mi 61 
virtu wnTfini 
.wnuwji unroflluu 



Grandfather, n. 

Grandmother, n, 

GfWMbo©>«* 

Grant, v. 

Grantor, n. 
Granted a conees 

«i<m '#> 
Granulation, n. 

Grape, n. 

Grapple, v. 

Grapple, n. 

Grasp, v. 

Grass,*. 

•Grasshopper, ft, 

Grassplot, t*. 

Grassy, a. 

Grate, n. 

Grate, v. 

Grateful, a. 

Gratefully, adv. 

Gratefulness, n. 

Grater, n. 

Cocoanat grater 

Gratify,^ 

Gratis, adv. 



330 

$ *n *clotim 

tin <nu *ta» «y 

xiacm oyfym tmW timitmliF 

Vtiosj tiyfyvi lt^i*rj ^ 

film i ifis lm) ran alw «yi n»» n« 

«* o^u 

fiM £ta mn fie ids Vfoo in*t« fi ff% 1 

"lift) hb ^ diiTU VhwAw Ite 

.twy itn <bT3T 

iffumu v 

mini wji • 

$ w £ iiu* tit }« tfilstt) ifew 
W mww aau wu \* yq 9«u 

fwr'iini fa ^sfo 



331 

Gratitude,*. waifrtfajn} ff*«ft 

Gratuitous, a. foVitlaY^ k Vtfrtllll fftw 6 OrTi Uttl 

Gratuitously, adv. IfftfKj WTJ4 npfajttj 

Grave, *t. /*.Mj'&fm 
.Grave, v. Graved ^ i t 'i •* 

or Graven w* mm whip 4ii)n ni imfnr 

Grave,o. 4jlmj*?V?flJ 

Gravel, «. ifeli f»J3fl 

Graver, *. funrmfh mmffi iffow fa tfmto mffi 

Gravestone,*. Jtmitt/Kjmv' flutlnwrRiffw 

Graveyard,*. . 4&fm &* 

Graving-dock, n. . o* im thflu 4lu 

Gravitate, v. fflf : tfl ff) riU p* TOI p ifitM fi*» 

Gravitation,*, ififj} Ml Ulfo mhiflu iWS MUVlftw Uttf W* 

Gravity, n. WW wifUlW HtW WTJjtolW&rt 

Gray, a. «BT3iiri ft. t iWI *| SJQ «| 

Gray hair «J4 won 

Graybeard, *. www TO \* WW 71 flU Uti 

Grase, v. flu WJ1 ffa tffl wji ififtfl ifttltlll 

Graee, *. m* fHi Wlj'i UW tffcf UUft p iftflfl 

Grease, *. s& uw Jfnf 

Grease,*. IdhJi *Ki tfirf W mifciJiKsfti 

Greasiness, *. mwrnilfil WttJMJilffClIb 

Greasy, a. 4w*| »&1 talWtl&mJitfU 

Great, «. Wj Mffllff til 



G. -grandparents 
^ Grow great 

Greatly, adv. 

Greatness, n. 

Greedy, a. ^ 

Greediness, n. 

Greedily, adv. 

Green, a. 

Green, n. 

Greenback, n. 

Greengrocer, n. 

Greenhouse, n. 

Greenly, adv. 

Greenness, n. 

Greet, v, ' 
v. Greeting, n. 

Grenade, n. 

Grew,v» 

Greyhound, n- 

Griddle, ». 

Grief, n. 

Come to grief 

Grievance, ft. 

Grieve, t>. 



#2 

$ tmn jn you wrWn 

trnj Nin aw tmjlwnjtw 
Riui Iwnj inn atoj Iwnjta 
tan tan own axtun 
nrai artun Ami i:na: 

&mm fiu lwii*| ""lai foray 

Ou wtJPLQyTitijntuWu ifcwin tmBrri 
fo to eifv 

tar di njr^n ifmftiiijuj tfiwi rffrltf' 
rffa fHy i \m film aw fmlii foray • 

Ainu • fibu ib 

m* BTuli <b ao *Wu mi rtbu Hi 

fn'iaOnW *u flu 

ntoim Grow irftykuuil 

rim: nafirwtawfta 
finw Tpn^trin ana fulfils 



333 

Grievous, a. ulu ^ UcAu \* 4nnn $ ^: 1114^ 

Grill, », ^ Silrl 

Grimace,*. fo tfiljfthn^i 

Grin, v. §jj tfhwftfiuQiiJu , 

Grind, v. tji til tin "ft du 
Grind one's teeth ffa viu fffl ifo? iSil^ tJu 

Grind into meal uiutlu utfl UFl ItflBpU fl i«iu litfl 

Grindstone, n. flu ay 34R 

Gripe, v., -TtJ 101 Qttl 10T . VhUtfofl JH Iffa 

Gripingpain tbn ^n 

Grisly, 4, 4* fi wSi thi p ill iiiff p mJi p 

Grit, n. nnniMTtiiaftaa rnn nn 

Grittiness, n* ami RW iftduft R7BJ RTtl WTU 

Groan, v. fcjRnJ'^ RDJ 

Groari, n. lihjJ foj RfK lain fij-tf 

Grocer, n. $*inu elfi fffl eii* -| 

Grocery, ^t, 3iu to mo? fiu im van* uitt iro *| 

Groin, n. rfli nn mu fa fa \fotj vi «m afiu 

Groom, »# i4l tils muSuiiK 

Groom, v. ilWfiSl.jJl 

Groove, n. J*W jm P. . nrcltfylttftt JW 

Grope, v. W R#l VTI Tw ^1 fin «| . 

Gross, n. IHj »ort«» a. tn Iraj wnu 

Gross profit ; tllTl 4* ullu'U'rff] * VhrtKl 



Grossly, adv. 


tuv m\ mnu tnw jm 


Grossly ignorant 


WUlltJ dfatjJ&S 


Grotto, ty. 


§tvi tlnritj aw **kj tS ill afyo 


Ground, n. 


win fiv ^1 flu wtfh fo* fiu 


Reasonable ground mb rb 


Ground, <tA . 


nlfcij tfiltftnuflu fffwifh 


Ground floor 


fiu flu fin urn ^m flu 


Ground rent 


fll i-oi $ flu 


Groundless, a. 


Muftntfn ftlwflnn TjSjfow 


Groundnut, n> 


n5 $wi mlu HUJ 


Group, /i. 


?ty n$u ru rw: p. *fi ithivujflu itlurojy *) 


Grove, n. 


w^ flVbft&i tay. 


Grovel, v. 


. UOU R8TU RRTU till 


Grow, v. Grew 01 
Grown 


' i«itajtrty jonWytu d iflo ?u ytniu 


To grow old 


TOW 


Growl, n. 


1&JJ rfTIW 


Growl, tf. 


foj j r*t»j tii ifojj fiVw 


Grown, v. 


B?ta uw GVow. i-Ccy ku ufo 


Growth, n. 


^nf rtoj i«ftaj iiw fa£ $ VUtrtl what 


Grub, v. 


^nffomU'lIu ( iihi ^n rmltf) 


Grub, n. 


wumidSi'ifilw]] 


Grudge, v. 


ftfttn wtnu-m 


Gruel, ik 


tfi ifo i5fc ffii^fi ru i^fti ill tfemu 


Graff, a. 


y AW 



385 

Grumble, v, -fhiKtl tJWjm 

Grumbler, ?k ''.AUjJhthi ftiu 

Grunt, v. tfi ifew flOfl *\ rill ifalt ffU 

Guarantee, w. fro ft dnriu 

Guarantee,*, rinjap idu djrrfti VhtfeffllW'' 

Guaranty, w. ^ -1 W m itlll lijlfiu nw nan TO tfeffr 

Guard, v. §JJ l&jrft tfttfriU jrft 

Guard (off a sword) n^tJS WTU 

Guard (for mud),». ijstflim ( Jfl ) 

Guard, n % 

Guardian, n. 

Guardian angel 

Guardianship, ». 

Guardroom, «. 

Guava, n. 

Guess, <* 

Guest, n. 

Guidance, «. 

Guide/©. 

Guile, n- 

Guileless, a. 

Guilt, n. 

Guiltfets, a. 



imu itfi ru itfi iiui -001 dull 
^5 ua ^9« tlirfb ofttna 

IYIM OTjflif 

ttfw ifit^tj tnu ^: ffh 

Cia ito iJft 

Rarem ninrorai tnu un 

my uk ill fcitii\fita 

tfi mctfi wilt) tfim 

wwj nu ja^na »mn 

drmm ftttn wwi tftopiS tm-m W 

4iTsl fittiw tbwint vw 



336 

Guiltlessness, n. RjBjlil ft Qfc> 

Guilty, a. fa 'tifmutfi fa ncili Qfl 

To plead guilty anfcniW 7) 8U Sifl 

Guinea-pig, ft. mii 3m 

Guise, n. fiTJ il W fTKJ IffttM ttW J11U Wfifl fllll 

Guitar, n. n:<ll i> firu 

Gulf, n. trnyiaa 3nu 

Gull, n. idn vein un uuwa 

Gulp, v. "*""; 1u fi&u nau r°i a: vm *j 

Gum, n. u"u utAjJ"* jwon 

Gum, v, m riftj ni3 jj yu villi' vn 5 dfcj tm 

Gum benjamin lt)U"n4 

Gumboil, n. t A $UWV\ 

Gutnmkeas, ft. -fiTOi mihj? nfiti ttUtJ 

Gummy, a. fambti^ ittfktffin 

Gun, n. • iu my 

Flint gun du ATO(|in 

Double-barreled *j i^ j 

gun tWHwa flufrwrautin 

Gunboat, n. fhCitt 3U 

Gun-carriage, ft. HAS tm 

Gun cotton #1$ £i5fl 

Gunn^sldc roratl tllU 

Gun-metal, «. ... wtln WflBadu 'Ab^f UftJ/tyh *ITCU 
Gunner, ft. ^W#ufon}' * 



dtmpdwder, n. 
Gunshot, «. 
Gun shot, a. 
Gunsmith, n. 
Gunstock, ni 
Gush, v. 
Gust, n. 
Gusset, n. 
Gustatory, a. 
Gut, n. 
Cat-gut, n. 
Gutter, n. 
Gymnasium, n. 
Gymnast, n. 
Gymnastic, a. 
Gypsum, n. 

H. 

Habit, n. 

In the habit o£ 

Habitable, a.\ 

Habitation, «. 

Habitual, a. 

Habitually, ac?v. 



S37 

tin §n fluid jfiy §n du 
bu inn iwrc §n du ( iiiu u«a &* ) 
iro Vh ttu ihi iIdjj tJu 
■fKdu , ■ 

K^lwfl OQfl 3J1 iw i 

2534 ifo ltlu wjj i htu fowu ifa' 

eft max eJi iwsn: woj wolf 

Jiw fiuvfaf fjR 

ana" iff i?u 

&u uu? ( mm] iffa nun ) 

ju to Ri rrt jIi in du ylo 4fa mm 

uw mj i^ri my tflwu ditrtl mti titoa' 

H. 

fifiyj i a lu fTmur ofrmy 

fira lflu tfim my ifftoj u) fSjj umrfft : 

i«y oy friary jjft *: tudu 

taj/ &moy mstlgnfiutntiDitmot^ 

triy tioii idtf Witfuwuin - 



838 

till nfi flu w tlu flu lihafittii 

tfjltMi 

ru iffj rc iih 

Mfrhwfo Itf nil 4ifln>Ki) .. 

tfion rift «m titton* ritj Wu 
tfrtfnmsj fomoon fa 

cjjj iwtiron 
wtl« ift wjj weoti 



Habituate, v. 

Hack, v. 

Hack, 7i. 

Hack man 

Hackney, a. 

Had, v. 

Haggard, a. 

Haggle, v. 
Hail, n. 

Hailstone, n. 

Hair, «. 
Hairbrush, n. 
Haircloth, n. 
Hair of the body WsrtaiJi nu 
Handful of hair «u uw-vAj 
^Hairdresser, w» TB Ufil «« 
Hairless, a. tlm-nnim tfVifittU 

Hairpin, w. ifa fin WW (lu 

Hairy, a. 4i fi nu un jnn pmj An em 

Hale, a. miiu tfoufl iAim 

Half, *. pL Halves *& Vifo to 
Half and half RUfi:A fdm: wh •] ftU 
Halfbred, o. f& «B1& 4* fl-flltn «ttliti 

Half-hearted, a. 4ltolfa1* 4l1»t<hiftft 



339 

Half-heartedly,odv tfluUi ifej 1*S 
Half-hour, n. ffolfiW 



Half-mast, n. 


•fffl tt fdl'lfTI 4^0 


Half-moon, n. 


W:<Wffo f)3J . 


Halfpay, n. * 


ftu IfiDU &i HUt 


Halfway, adv. 


n1* m? fo jhj: tni 


Half-yearly, a. 


4j fi lu ^n pIj d tfivtun ifiw pfti d 


Halibut, n. 


ilai mo iaDtiR «bGr <* flj tfevnu $ 


Hall, ». 


arm * wn Ria mai §n «ju rim nnu Iwtu 


Hall of Justice 


ma »ft»tf yflBJM 


Halloo, n. 


mj «:tnu fjyn inwfia rctnu 


Hallucination, n. 


mj &iu i8u fe 6 wu ii iSu 


Halo, n. 


Q* ftl SOU MW WKOTfifltftfto IWI-fuirf' 


Halt, v. 


wyn wyn jfnih vtyw ifri 


Halt, n. 


mj wyn tflu mj ifiu nun 


Halter, n. 


^tftj ifi ifon yn jji 


Halve, w. 


lit]) itlu p6i «h frm 


Ham, n. 


in wft niw v^ ifio $ra u*a mao 


Hamlet, n. 


ny tllu i*fn *| viy nnimj 


Hammer, n. 


ffou 


Hammer, v. 


$ rffo (feu add jiu « Au (feu 


Hammock, n. 


jila ttJa rip 


Hamper, n. 


flKSTfl Iwfy titf} IffttM tJTOTJ iHu YTO 


Hamper, v. 


ito m flu nulsj terfiifiu Ktw 



Hamstring, n. 4 fj u #4 ^ iffvi fotr wri 

Hand, n. fo ^y 3J0 TiJil til £0 tliamU a fe 

Hand, v. li»W iwliT ritm tfltfltlfr 

Hand ( of a clock ) tffo ^jj ^^ ni 

Steady hand $q i$uj 

Shake the hand «ftJ $q ^itlu 

On the one hand *fr\j ft ^iiy wftj 

Near at hand ^314 nm 

Hand him the book yiOtl mMfl M 1^ w m?ffiO Itfm 

Both hands fo arm -tlf 1& WW fto 

At hand " fcranuift lrf*wmiri5 

Handbill, w. lu tion \u tl^l 

Handbook, u. mijffo g fio WlifaB *b*q tffau 

Handcuff/ 7i. TJt^US *DQ fio 

Handglass, n. nitST) f»Q narqfi fta' am tttfi 

In hand (work) lt»J tfi ttf m PH 3JQ oy 

Handful, w. 'til ttfo i#JJ Slo vAi nou fie w& 

Handily, adv. IflU RlJofflo •' fej'filwWlUTni 

Handiwork, n. Wiwwd'fio" 

Handk erchief, tt. til i^« Vklll lit] TWtflfl*/ 

Handle, it. ' ■ it&l pto 

Handle, v. «iti itfw $ri" ■ -jn Art ' flih <b fttfl 

Handmade,.*, 4l ih' itftj-tl fls 4iVttiQ Vh 

Handmaid, n. tfttVl' 



Handrail, n. 
Handsaw, n. 
Handsome, a. 

Handwriting, n. 

» 

Handy, a. 
Hang, v. Hanged 

or Hung 
Hanging, n. 

Hangne6t, n. 

Hank, n. 

Hanker, v. 

Happen, v 

often 
It so happened 

Happily, adv. 

Happening, n. 

Happiness, n. 

Perfect haziness 

Happy, a. 

Harass, v. 

Harbor, n. 

Harbor v. 

Harbor master 

Hard, a. 

Hard-earned, a. 



34i 

Itfj-rc jttftAn 

$] in ifi raj w sjifiajj 

am £o 

4l ti d 34Q R fia'm *BtJll ivajx £>o 

ii*B7u ?fey a*DW no *ntj 

nu uto m wkj nu utitu tfou 

f! tfou ( 4«bu ?5 un rarsTu ) 

i^f» tfiu An tliu 'ifalwj 

ikm otnnl*rt qr* ( itlu rii eh ) 

tftfiw *u wafiu itJu $u 

ulifiu iiiu 

lira ynj fej ain tnu «rf«n tnti 9* 

ivi{i pis yi itlu iiu 

RTW911 a "in raw >jni ihncij ■ flrwifTmj 

UJ3J FTil 1)534 Wl^l Ami £11 UOflfil 

itlu 911 fi aw iiiu iwbu * 

an riTu ran su i6o to «m atw U 
ihftt) QT3 ^on tliflu 

i«ftvh 

u& iwi tnrt wftv fnwfc 



842 

.Hard-fisted, o. fo }* mfo} y»W fo mflw 

Hard-hearted, o ^ 4 ^, n3: fi, ^ ^ ^ £ ^ J^ 

Harden. «. rfitfiA ^ltftunrfurm 

Hardly, odt> \^ tiin ^ foj «,. \fi 

Hardness, n. W1 ^ u ^ 

Hardship, n nil $ YiuV'lfliJ un 671*1 rtiuin pi» *| 

Hardware, n. ifiW iw3!n fifTtf *| 

Hardy, a , j^j $ on nu jjm 

Hare, n. n:«"Rj tb 

Harelip, il nu itta tllfl UtW 

Harem, *. ^ &£itj ifou $i 0|i UW Vty rustfi ifotJ 

Hark, v. \tfijj ^if)| l^iOWflffo 

Harlot, k vrify uWFiyi ttrijj ufflVtfl*ft 

Har^n,n; lityint) ivk|) Jiti 

Harm, w. tfiltfatm.tmflrRJ tflfa fifi.hu tloifa 

HannieBS, a* lal tfi ftAft lii $ olwnu 

Harmlessly, <u$v. Ifwlu fi mj^J^j 

Harpoonica, n. EUW 

Harmonious, a. wire $ iftw i4i rw nfou Is riu 

Harmonize, v. rtot&i Itfrnajj & iriSw Itf itlu arofofc rfU 

Harmony, n. fiTOi arafa^ fiU^ ifatf i«ft rm flTBJ nay ftWH 

Harness, n. ifftoiah 

Harness, t>. 834 ifftw tfr UW rftli IfiW win ") 

Harpoon, «, wan mnlfi *• mm rfa awn 



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Harrow, «. «nn t>. Vhrroana 

Harrowing o. fo tf i Itfaru: iifKJJ HU pn w nm 

Harsh, a. t«nu I A iflJJ win 

Harshness, w. botu miu fm 

Harvest, v. ihm i«fi w. nTJ ifHtn l*ft DM rflti* 

Hash, n. ifo utHtin ifio tfa 

Hasp, n. iriy|| 

Hast, v. wSn | //aw. f ,: 

Haste, n. fimilu iil PiTiwIu' feu 

In haste ^Pltj fin* idu 1T& feu 

Hasten, v t VhVfawfa Itfofoft ItWhj 

Hastily, acto. tflU ft ftaltl ^PKl mx 

Hastiness, it-, FirajllJ IJ* RTUJ m ft 

Hasty, a. fopnft Wb <i ft fa ft jJhtfllt 

Hat, -w. Wrtfl fffanai 

Hatch, v. " fin fih'l'i tfiltfoan duw 

Hatch, «, mi nnlii nu nn l^oon olu fft 

Hatchet," n. htw ifri •) 

Hatchway, w. *Btw tJula lu fm fil rfta mWTU 

Hate, v. *ft n. R7&unfoiFi«ft 

Hateful, a. uVififajfl €l 

Hatred, *. ft«J mtefl 'ft RW *ftl U.rttl iAo T$> 

Hatter, n. T» #» WWl TO 

Haughtiness^ n WW w Mm RW fto m 



#44 m 

Haughty, a. f)0 «5 WKW CpWJfitft 

Haul, ». ^a inn ft* ami^lnuia 

Haunch, n, Sfctwn 

Haunt, v. \l jji vn UB1J •) Itl iu tm tloti •( 

Haunt, n. ^i 4* Will i€jH3J liay *) 

Haunted, a. ^1 $Ufo - & i*Dl ilij & 341 tljpjj tJOU •) 

Have, v. Had fi filT Vfr 

Have to do with i^UM& flOJ lfHt!3 f : riftj 
Have nothing to do >o . a**ni o 
at all . UjflaliinwtJ 

Would rather have wo It Si nil 

Have to jfoj 4t ltli4 "life 

Haven, ». ^ til mi 813 'SQfl 00 

Havoc, v. Vbaiy Itffw dai Vhttf"fiuWltl 

Ha\^ iii \in m&w ' mm fbi intj tiujj 

Hawk, v. to ijnw: v!i mm nfcuojj !tw to in* 

Hawker, n. ^!oi my itijj ^iftw foi «DTU tot 

Hay, n. wijl utfj 

Hazard, W. t«B« ^OJ UitU 

Haze, ». JJiWJOn 

Haziness, n. am ii3 IWJX tWOH 

He,j9r<Wk BlKlil 9HI HH^inU RUtKi 

Hf, is t i(oh nil ttlu m§ 

Head, t>. Mk W ftlfcYnU t^5 Villi ftTOJ ^« 

Head, n. &$)* ^^ ^ u A $U w * *^V * w ^ 



m 

Headache, n. 
Head-dress, n. 
Head first 
heading, n. 
Headless, a. 
Head-light, n: 
Headstrong, a. 
Headway, n. 
Heal, v. 
Healer, ». 
Healing, n. 
Health, tt. 
Good health 



345 



V ; ft ft&: tkwwm ami 8 a 

pia m So Ru irtvi ft \u ru A 

mA^mlf lu ns^ftu 
fntsn fntn 1w"wkj 

ms to m thtftrt ra ni thtfy'tfiy 

i«$tu atnn mrei tft 

In good health fflj it]u lltflft Rtt^ftf 

Brink one's health ftu nmi ffS&fl iSlOj 
Injurious to one's k ,' ^ i w . .' 

health ** V1 buwtu un rtiw f»tnu 

Healthy, a. 4j »tny mu ttanft tlnmrnWlroi 

Healthy climate mmfl ^i UttflflW flfUHI n*RJ 

Heap, n. mi* 

Heap.v. ircmuthinw nalifriilttnw. 

Hear, v. Heard or _ a - 

Heating ^U 9b Awm,.- 

To hear out fij su *U &W , 

To hear from any • v A >1. 

one . ./ witi ira wi to y aft flwi 
Hearer, n. . ^|Jj 



m 

346 
Heating,* rWU'Su ^ ti J m* fteunn WW 

^pd of hearing yfo VCutirci tm 
Hearken, v. *ufa SU^Q fi* 

Hearsay,**, nnh ffiWrtfrm tfnradlu rtiuJll]] 

Hearse, n. jr» tf n nN 

Hearty ». fo $*/ HJ3JS tfa W 

With alJ one's heart fai $14 ffl dial uw s fifU Hfflw 
To learn by heart ijuu &4 Is 
Heart-ache, n. fixw^tjU info 
Heart disease flTttiTnu UW tfrfo Xift uw tfifo 
Heartily; adv. tmjiiififo tmnitafo 
Heartless, o. rm ami iflu j drvwin n^ui 
Heartlessly, adv. \m tljwm flTBJ iffa g 
" Tender hearted fo iffa R fo tDOU 
HeartVease, n. flTOffftmjfo RT&jfoiU 
Heartsick, & wftwjmfo (WOlifo 

Hearty, a. fitfifo rfftuffult 

Heat,* BTijjftm flWtnini 

Heat, v. VhUttm wlinilil tfyn tifaftotMfci* 

Heathen,* mffbi ifafio Wt $ Tiw rilfon 

Heathenism, n. ■ fm k fiQ fl iflUW 

Heave, w. frtf^trutau itKNctmsn 

Heaven, * WBff *w tfi JU th . 



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To go to heaven "It! sona' ta |t ujb; mad 

Heavenly, a mJirMPfl' UWWt $W 

Heavenward, a. tfu n« ■jiiSJff w* Wt fcWff 

Heaves, n. \jr mq'j «8fw $ 

Heavily, adv. «kj rjtjj mfri wm vmn Vim 

HeaViness, n. rth» win \s ami ife* ^Hi Y^llf 

l$wnry k a. mfr> i^Ji U 

A heavy cloud ijj«j ttu '» 

Heavy taxes jr& ©ma UU 

Hedge, n. g fliulaT 

Hedga, i*. itaAfrrtfo fi etolri" «ttm tfcj/l3* 

Hedgehog, n. mjJU 

Heed, v. Isfal U fh . W'jtfrfl* 

Heedf ulness, w, . mm ft? 1* fli 

Heedless, a. TjjwSW lu-ifrm iSuifio 

Heedlessness, n HT1U%U m\<* &* ftWui 3l5i 

Heel, n. *iu nft 

Heft, 4 i&wigft % jWHttHvwfaiQilfaiSa 

Heifer, n, gn 73 M ifot ^ 

Height, n. «UJ JJ flJ&^fr- 1& gf 

Heighten, v. ynltf'jjfcu, tflltfc$t&4tt 

Heinous, a. U1 tnlSufi W *tfl 

Heir,*. * .'^siVftj JJJfJffc rifrUOtunjn 

Heir**, n. wtji * «Vft NHp 



Held, v. 


0*0 w 


Hell, n. 


win inma iOtw ui#i*» 


Helm, n. 


WStfrnnwo wuitafto 


To be at helm 


flu fio vfiti fjo 


Helmsman, n. 


em 60 ifou 1I0 


Helmet, n. 


MJinvwnj 


Help, v, 


*im pfjwyu ayiRrc/ ti\tga qdmsr 


To help each other *bm nu u»:i1u 


Helper, n. 


$ro $"ar>JiAn:w' 


Helpfulness, n. 


flnjj 160 i?to FU1JJ 0U1RJXW 


Helpless, a. 


Ijj 3J $ w 111 jj ^*fou jw nuliTU' 


Helpmate, n. 


^w oii aw nann 


Hem, n. 


fla^tieft 


Hem, v. 


idtj itJx4 nu^u i&j eft . 


Hemi, prefix 


■rti tknou *fa wfi iitla ri Aj 


Hemiplegia, n. 


*b« iriwrwifl 1 $w In mu 


Hemisphere, n. 


ffo gntanif Ai finw 


Hemoglobin, n. 


rif sfcu H«^rlij» uwtafta uw 


Hemorrhage, ». 


mj fltVt«fl$ 


Hemorrhoids, n. 


*Ijfi>i& wnim 


Hemp, n. 


£|tu luibw 


Indian hemp 


dum 


Hen, n. 


Irirfhfci 


Hen hotts* 


uKTri • 






a* 349 

Hen'6 egg 

Hen roost 

Hence, adv. ^m fj {ftd Id -STTi f} ft <*in 8j fild 

Henceforth, adv. jfj itfl fild eiold wold ifim ttiji 

Heueeforward,a(iv ft u ® tT« fi friold to wth 

Hepatic, a. tJitJ mj 4i ifito rTti rfb 

Her, pron. DMHn^wrfjl w$n 5 SAe. 

H evald, n. ^tfo ife™ ^tjj^^ ^ rf-, w tf, 

4to Vftffi wnri idu tnmj 

i* 

^ 6 to ft uic 

WO id JTKJ WlS*J \u HRl OHIR* 
I fill IWR ft 

4j fb $u iftoi tu jji qm f)m ajuwi 

' oyinR tfUtj em Jb idti ujjjh 

awfi " rtfci tofi -fftwulii. 

'^fio flu *m rfi imvj -Btii mmn rffmfctm 



Herb, n. 

Herbivorous, a 

Herd, n. 

A herd of oxeD 

Herdsman, n. 

Here, cuto. 

Here and there 

Hereafter, adv. 

Hereby, adv. 

Hereditary, a. 

Heredity, n. 
Hereditary die 

position 
Herein, adv. 

Hereof, adv. 

Heretic, n. 

Hereto, adv. 



3$0 * 

$& dU rtti iJag oU 4 

imp. 

tlsnmj rififerfu aw m* rial 
$'tt£ijj ft ^d 5i nii> emus 

HQnintoj 9} She. 

Wli 1111 ifc 51 ^U $>tfjJ 

• Heterogeneous, a. infamOU fal «1fl WH-'} wlo !!$&& flU 
Hew, t/. Hewed or j t ,_ 

; Hewn • * U ™ 

" Hexa, prqjw i$b ttaflBU rii uiln ii w* 

Hexagonal, <K $1 ttUU W Wl $U Wl \iW 

. Hiccough, v. fcfin Vfrlrfafin 

* Hide away *fo -BEIU. WBlif\ tffl $JQfi inu 
[ Kick-aad-ieak tw iȴi&ir ft* WW 

t Hide, n. 



Heretofore, adv. 

Herewith, adv. 

Heritage, *. 

Hermit, n. 

Hermitage, n. 

Hernia, n. • 

Hero, to. 

Heroic, <t 

Heroine, n. 

. Herring, n. 

Hera, pron. 

Herself, proti. 

Hesitate, », 
i 
' Hesitation, n, 

' Hesitant, a. 



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351 

Hideous, a. V"£j w i* fina 4 j iJ {tl foltaft 

Hiding, n. DT3 -yn 1IBU DTI |JJ ««QU t 

Hiding place fi UQU TfQV ^ 7»J TTGU $ TfQU 

High,*. ^1 0014 tw £ltm 

High-born, a. fa iffa lu mi^ft 51 IIW flJIfia 3J tin 

High-handed, a. tknot) fltt) film w $ 

High ground ^ ASM ^Fin Ru 

High treason W Ulltt 

Highland, n. l$JQ* ^ fi jim JJin tkiVifl 6 oy «UJ iftu ill 

Highly, ad*. ^fi« fi tmj itlu Twcy ififl QtJTiiSfl 

Highness, tv. flWJ $J iSwmw «« V0JQ3J i4l 

Highway, ru mi.W wi! Viatf 

High way -man, «. Mi t!»U ffMJjfa $J flTJJ W watt 

hilarity, n. RTOJ 4lli U1U OTWJflf iflfl UTU 

Hill, n. An fllfl ^ 1 tfin 

Hillock, n. W *to ^« n ^ 

Hilly, o ^ijnrujin 

Him, pron. W #1*1 PU fi RU A W$n § /fo 

Himself, /*wi. 1W WTM i8* ( ^tfw ) *m in A 

Hind, a. iSm VK?S fbu n»5 

fliod, n . n ™ ^ ^ **W *** 

Hinder, v. tffl TO «ffl ibl isrfffl A 

•Hinderance, 1 t^AlTO Iwwfi TVB flu TO 

Hindrance, / 

Without hindrance «* W WWft * lW W $ «fa TO 



352 * 

Hinder-most, 1 ^mwftiwi m fa §u 
Hind-most, J > Y 

ann 8ug 



Hfcdu, n. 
Hinge, n. 
Hinge, v. 
Hint, v. 
Hip, tt. 
Hippopotamus, w. 3J1 W 
Hire, v. 
.^Hireling, n. 
His, pron. 
Hiss, v. 
Historian, n. 
History, n. 
Ancient history 
Modern history 
Universal history 
Hit, v. 
Hit again 
Be hit 



tnumi 

jwqu qn urrtaii gfl tfn 
artwn im ibq 



iv ^ii UVbi &«fif 

$"it!u §n vi a. hi fti fru won 

not iv ulu tiq3 yj-w ( ejvu ) w$n 5 #0. 

tfi ifaii $ i mo idu rr& kit: 1&1 

WftTWITl llO! J"TC 

■w&mfrettjntu 
» «» »» dwyuu 

»i n m flTflfl 

^pu nu ft Ifiu fc^n fltjrr 



Hit by.a weapon . ^ a 1 ? 
Hither, adv. foM tllfft ehutMlfi 

Hither and thither* & *'& *4*tfiu- 
Hitherto, a#, UHUt&fi Wl»l& 





363 


Hoar, a. 


4j imXfw fmu *rcn 4* uri i«li 


Hoard, v. 


ifiu thaw/fr wmfi iffa raawflfi rwamw 


Hoard, n. 


ntw % rwafiun rwafam irfaVU" 


Hoarse, a. 


i$w irito i&m uwu utfa uvkj 


Hoarseness, n. 


rw iiwl uviu urn ifiyj 


Hoary, a. 


Tk l won *B13 


Hoax, v. 


vio ffa ism 


Hobble, v. 


ifiu jwh ( iw Hi finu ) 


Hobby-horse, tt. 


riiljj'riTOfti i^n iriu # 


Hoe, n. 


^OU 0. }A tffa ^Btl Vfaotl }f» 


Hog, n. 


^ffl5 W^l 


Hoggish, a. 


fi film i*hu pnj fi"ftn vkjtu 


Wild hog 


Vty til ^fl5 ill 


Hogshead, n. 


tiAifaiita \vn\ y tknTtu &en linatm 


Hoist, v. 


*ffn ^u 'an Itfgi % ^n am tiu 


Hoist, n. 


nfivi ^n "Dm vmn ^u 


Hold, v. Held 


fio^ fin Cin<fjmlu ma }W 


HWd, n. - 


mj jrrw *ioj oil mi In Vfci fto 


Holds good 


Vuri 



Hold up (to strike) fio 8t) fitD ( lIM S: fl ) 



Hold out (the hand ) till JJD 



Hold (in the mouth) OiAflu thn 

Hold tight &n ^JJU 34Q ^tAfltfrmU 

Hold together s6 8\j ^KJ HW «1 O^lwu IJnIJ' 



8&4 

Hold the br*& mfcinyVt 

Hold Wk fnTn^lr -tifilr tol* 

Lay hold of «Jtj raj^T 

Holder, n. ^*f,Q u^fil-UJ^n 

tfolo, «. ^ itt Y»« 

holiday, «. 3Uwynr»u wtSnroj ftifis 3wa«oi 

Holiness, w. rjijj 'jlpl &flU l«im "ulifio * 

Hollo, v. tttiij *$w mil ru &4 i!t i&uj mil *ny 

Hollow, a. ™ idutmi n»w 

Hoiiow,v. Vhlfoduttiw Itfrifro 

Holy, a. VbS £ imfoi tjlfrowintntl TS'^nioferw 

Holy-day, n. .fc-flo ft* ftifyfi' [ "** 

Holy water lfiW 

Homage, ^ f^j rr\J tffalJ R7UJ tfbfif) tf. f^TWU nntilftf 

Home, n. $u foi mu iRWIKflU 

Go home \\} tfiu 

Be at home mi tjHi 

Return home r»$j ill ijlu 

Horaete«&, a. T&j fc ^ qjJ tlnfl^m ^ ^: qtIpw^ 

Homely, a. "bl rw $J nV 

Homemade, n. 4j *h §^ difr 

Homesick, a. < ftn ?kI tflU ' 

Homesickness, *. fim Pto h&M Rftti 1WI hi V 

Homespun, **. . <!l «0 '4 Ota 



Homeward, adv. 
Homicide, n. 

Hone, v. 
Honest, «. 
Honestly, adv. 
Honesty, ?r. 
Honey, n. 
Honey-ccrab, n. 
Honey-moon, n. 
Honor, n. 
Honor, v. 
Honorable, a. 
Honorably, adv. 
Honorable man 
Hood, «. 
Hoodwink, v. 

Hoof, 71. 

Hook, n. 
Hook, v. 
Hooked, a. 
Hoop, 72. 
Hop, v. 
Hope, «. 



S55 

CU •DrlL' 35JJJ 4b-W1 

$*kj w'j «ra 'Witt 4o n» 

ir.tm wn fi mra t«f1 tiia bjj ifiu nil 

Vftj ifkii^ttfl HUM R3T3J iLViQ 1*8: tftWI 

aqj «*: idu vi iftjf.a 
^miwajimsN \sui v ifiyj&sjfl 

warn iiflfi fifo 
wo »ytnu da tff 
fit) airf 

^d i*B\4 to «i othi i8n 

da en m$n r. flaw dfjon m&n 



356 

Hope, v. VU **U i^uWn 

In hope of v$ }i 

Hopeful, a. foljfU s:lrf* iSudfomuivdlU • i4o r«:V 

Hopeless a. Taj jj RmrVU wjj* flttU wft 

Horaon, n. iqli jji 
Horizontal, a. • 4j 8V> *nu *Oti & iiKi Klfli 

Horn, n. m iftrf nM liQfi wuj 

Horned, a. oil JJ 1TP TfJ £i ill 

Hornet, n. ui»RJ jj 

Horny, a. ih rfw ill a^tu nn 

Horrible, a. 4l itlu ^ fftin fttiOJ 4i «6 infcufl vfi nifi 

Horror, n. ami fir|n fij nffi flnu infojfl nift 

Horse, n. jji iYift 

Horseback, n. mi 4 U 5 * v»R*j jh 

Horse, collar daon «o jfi 

Horse-car, n. Jfl J"U V V^JJI fiin 

Horsehair, n. Tiu ill 

Horseman, n. ttnu l3i RU $ JJ 5 * uniw ifc 

Horse race r n* u*DJ jji $ JJi ww rm 

Horseshoe, n. ifon ih 
Horsewhip, n. ' ui »ft 0. W"u«ijftiimi 

t Horticulture, n. >mta ^u iHt dgn liw jfa'l})' 

Hose, n. fluiftau riotn* 

Hospitable, a. 4i fi U uou &m fo «nn tftu 



357 

' Ho3pital, n. $ wintDR RVl tittl JTOTU Jlftj Nllft 

Host, to. no: rfo Iwi w» ^ifcu ill uin tHu 

Hostess, n. iijj tllu Yi WBU Jil inn tlfjflV ifofr 

Hosiile, a. ^ ilJvi ^h\ ulu 4i An riu 

Hostility, n. emu W a OTSTfj 

Hostler, n. ru latlJ -ril 

Hot, a. Jqu idw 

Hot season ng fovi mil fou 

Hotel, n. $ wn nun ijjw 6 wn *m ifiu yiti 

Hound, w. ^fnla wo qrtin an jou lift 

Hour, n. ifetw -tw 

Hourly, adv. \m j:y:a: ifc ^jjj & \w «: flft 

What hour is H? \ftfi \lli llftl » 

In an hour on ifitjJJ fcfo lu *#tw vAt 

Favorable hour flflW tp* tJTJJ.fi 

Hour of danger ran ms hi UN 1»1 ifio* &U 

Hour hand l&J WU l*U 4tw 

House, n. fjBU Ith fiou 

House (for priest) nfj Of] 

Brick house fln 

Frame house fitm ^ ™^™ 

House of Commons tfcl tk?N W™ fuHUTOgp 

House servant AU VS* ^ ^W 

House top W& M fou 



366 
House lizard |jj ^n 

Housed, n. fwctj Rfi £tm v&t rarwa S 

Houseless, a. 4 Arid tJlu * 

Housekeeping, %. mf-Jfan tlru 10* 



Hovel, n. rwrriow » t« 0dv «& jnita 
Eomu^v. .ifeiiinu WkJm i Wltlin 

How, adv. Vhlu ei]1t*tj ImiwhIj 

Ho.w is it 1 itii4 tHjirb 

How long wtu ifhwlvm '&m\ utuiiJtIii 

Howdah, n. (of an ^ ■ «. 
elephant) «& tlntl 

However, acfo. mnAj # W feriStSl fcrwafc ftjfrthtll 
However much fij 34m ifea 1th In #1 ivh If} 

Howl, v: mufot ton abu iw iww ftft 

fioj?joiLYjBiv„atfii. fjitHhtttfiA 

Huddle, v. ^ruitteiti till iffa lutflU^U 



Hue, n. 


® 


Hug, v. 


nflnfa rmiunlvi 


Huge, a. 


Wj tw tpimJIi 


Hulk,*. 


sli 8b «Vt 1 Vfaion ^iu 


Hull, w. 


idfon ijj^w fiu *} iMto 


Hull, v. 


ifaltfadtfontlfM darvnJltm ftt:mxid$fln 


Hum, n. 


tfau fti 1 tjw &_, 



Honiara. Jnb«VWtf 



Humane, q. iiftWjiy n ^WmOTMHfflff . 

Humaneness, n. g»&i own drf 

Humanity, n. ajy^tf y i 

Hun^d, a, fr ldtjn inn 4i fl «to fo_(i> fa mm I 

flumidity, n t flraj «p fa mb. tnmff 

Humiliate, y p ^iTifclpu.M vhtfrissmk 

Humor. 71. fl i pfll ft^H flffij 

Humor, t>. tltmut w iiri fo Itfrnub 

Good, huyaorod. mi U ft O.TPJpf fi 

Hump, n. tkl $J4 Aft JOnltl ( 11JU g J ) 

Humpback, ti. tjR WgwtflJ. t}R VW& RW 
Hundred, o. fey tftu «>QO ^TWU fcu 

Hunger. 71, FTCTH ft?, . Oft Mlffi Ami QW OtiTfl 

Hungry, a, ft? ft? *W 

Hunt elephants feu *fo ft&t 'fa 

Hunter, n. WDU AU ifcn Si ifirfth 

Huntsman,?*. «faHto rfirflh ttviW^»V 

Hurl,t>. Wtt y, 



Uku — nvxfiiif - : 

Hurry, v. Itf^fo %fa jfcfl, 

ttwjt % .._ — joajal42uUjflI-j^to fcu 

DoinVhurt^J ^ fell^lJfc tfltnulu ftu VhtftuTuUilim 



Hurtful, a. 


iilu tfu wny 4i naraj itlu Kwsfimni 


Husband, tt. 


cJ5 mB xvtm 


Husbandman, n. 


UT3UV TTOflrW 


Hush, v. 


tfnl^ihjti Wimj ffau fta rtw ito 


Hush-money, n. 


»U.UU W.fl R3TJ4 


Husk, n. 


iillon. unnu mrub*] 


Husk, v. 


.don .itteon ffl^id^Qn^n fti*Ji 


Husfty, a. 


i rnn Mm & itJaon win iwfc iron ( ifoji ) 


Hut, n. 


nj^iojj t» oVWu 


Hydrant. t|. 


fifiri in vK fiflfi 


Hydraulics, n. 


"Vai uw mj Vftiw inlwa 


Hydro, |>|5g/kc 


ifto ditnoti a*; nils gi fufo ft 



Hydrocephalus, n. tjR £ in lii miw M50 wrw i6o $ii &JJ01 
Hjjijirographer, «. 4v >fi mm Iri In in ma: nny viaa 
Hydropathy, n. . >31 Vfomthi til tlltlfiTlR 
hydrogen, n. tt{i1t] fi thy Trta ua:!*! 

Hydrophobia, %. uf» $llf) tft nV \m irmufi 
Hydrous, a. W!W l*BU di 4t & in 3J*in 

Hygiene,*, ^mn iijw rtw tf % fhnrjjirm ^^rrtn 



flf ymn, 1 



3fM 



Hypnotic, a 4* U3U Itfwft] 4t m Itvwufj 

tofifiPt^iL.... jw jfcuftuk. mmafiLkjMu^ 

Hypodermic <i xV fa A { B ^ u \fi-fo wu *j 
Hypodermic needle An nnJ £« yi ilh Tiftjg «iw 
to^esis^n 83UJ.JB.mimU,.. 



i 

I, pron 

I. u&ed by Priests 
Ice, n 
Iceberg, n 
Ice-chest, n 
Ice-house, n 
Icicle, u 
Icmess, n. 
fey, a 
Idea, * 
(deal, a 
Mentical, a 
Identification, n 
^lentify v 

Idiomatic, g 



efnw w • lu anus: eftnqa it)y iw: $ ftttj 

nftu ftu: W\j aon nanj vus* 
ftu ui lA 

tn jA tfcu ithi At 

Ami MUtt ^U llS lA 

vi JJ ifi uiw inn ,tfu ifi u& 

rtJUJ ft* rt31JJ i8u h us uw «tuj Rf« .. 

inwIjQU'm »suo rfU oumlknnu . 
his 4i wxti ^diujcif , 

4ntlu wujVb ltfni&n • ^ 



Idiot, n 



362 



Idiotic, a. 
Idle, a. 
Idleness, n. 



.Idler, n. 



wu iljiw^TTi yndnjgn &\~\ no n 



omfj ejj idai via id«i 



..■.^ifim whu _mj_gy id*h_ 



ido '. »• ^1 irtjw ^J ikihtjW 

Idolater, n. •^hjTblttf'fll iRTjn ^Wfll 

Idolatress, n. vinjj iTuf)D fl] 1RTJW 

Idolatrous, a. uvw mjlvu flj 

Ifolatrv. n, nV Wlflinii ffi ma ifopp flj tRUlk 

Idojize, y. fo follow irhw »rt5* nittAyfr^fltj tlbfio 



If, con;. (ft di u»: fljlyi ujfa Jl 

Ignite, y, (n <ltt bf fiyTlyl Itfriftaltj 

Ignitible, a. $j ots »f» id\J iwaAlf. 

Ignition n. nn ^fllfT nu fjyi t^o iriR} 

Ignoble, a. 4rttJWJRB iiwlwj nnrTUj 

IctipMv. ttrfv, . W, Q,1inIu.fflUflg 
Ignominy t h, , , , , amflti Qtti inu tttti 

Iffooraoce, ». Rim U riVai raws 

fondant, a. , ,M)fo>VJfawn»* 

Ignorafltly. win \m$A ^ .If^V tTh £ 

Iguana, n. 1ft $* m 









363 




Benin, n. 


OTU 


dam uw a 


iViSfn 


m,a. 


* 


i^U 


tby 


fa 8*1 iitill 


Ill, adv.' 


flVj 


lilfi] 


. 1m Vf 1^1 pn 



Ill-bred, n. jflal fi film tfaftnlfft gf 

Illegal r a. . fa €jfi nfjvmm. 

Illegally, adv. %f\v\%i flU) ngvojyi 



Illegible, a. 
Ill egibly, a dv. 



gnibi son 



Illegitimate,, g. faVl WTU tJftWtfl fo ffifl UQfi i]?foffi 



111 use 



i%. 



111 will 



uX 



WTJJ Injs FlQUl 



£ESJ" 



IIl-favored t g. folaire'ffw yJ'laj raj 



iFitatf'gt 



mrwu talii n5li ijii 



Illicit |; o- 



t fiVoytyto gnij.nyttrw tlaq^ „' ffiqft 



Illimitable, a. 



faViti i 



111 ft ft 



wmm 



Illiteracy, n. , ^ ^ Wta w$9 

Illiterate, a. jjfo , flffil. , Mulffinw 

Illnatnred. «l 4l >lh fl llM^TOl 111 4lfiWfa»C yfgft 



xik. 



ami t^U th<U RTflJ QTW1B ami fiftl? 



Illuminate, v. EM HOT ami ?fl tlsffo feAvl 
IHumipation r n, . m* 3* Itfann ' m? am tan aui tkvitl 



Illusion, n. 
Illustrate, v. 
Illustration, n. 
Illustrator, «. 
Illustrioue, a. 
I in, prefix 
Image, n. 
Imaginable, a. 
Imaginary, o, 
Imagination, n. 
Imaginative, a. 



364 

olti itj tmj W^ jvm Vfifi od"u 
$1 mw mj Bltnu faj pi ifou 
^™«?lt^iw tmj.Vo^d mw 
4? ft iftosftoR 4i ^ Dew jyi lir 
riitfamou mis" 5i Tjj dawrn 

4j bis Ftoftnrift 

4^ rwIS'tj jj founfarift 

R70J Sft RQli "J WW FHfl RS1U flTttjdu l#U7lft 

4j bin Rfi bbu *] bin du »fta 

fin . An~Jto kb, .ifeoJLguop 



■Imtoeile. n, a^ ftw mai osu aula ft tkjjnp . 

Im becility, w. Rypj BQU aw WW # • 

Imbibe, v. fa jjin *j TfU 1TI UTTI fyfl tlhld (iW ^n) 

Imbibition, «. mj w*j U"in • lira ^r»Uin 

Imbitter. v vh ItF ft on^ yli \ifr\m rm 

Imftahle. <y JRft^; jsi itJl4 W BUT? 

Imitate, i). in) fl-Qj QtJTI . YnflTU UUU lIrCL3J 

,ttc ft] tfa? tltTO mifJYiiw^ 

4* ft tffa jl) fflttl Ptt K 

^Tiyjuu ^vh «ui utiu tJTu utiu ru Su 



Imitative, a. 



Imitator, n. 
yminncu t ate-a. f) W ft 3J' 



365 

Immanent, a.. 4i wfifitf ny h k 4* to ^ nm fy 

Immanuel, n. Rmi afia^w wj:i4l lu in 

••Immaterial, a: - ftlihtlu ftJ ftf Dfll: hM ti iFinj qtfeft» 

Immaterialism, n. Rmj fa fi Q j-, £ £ ^ t] 3min . my 

i™ ma t» re , ?• tfflaj "mh rilym/ ^Vlflp 

IgmAturely,, adv. Ar\u lmi niwuft tym rmu fq 
Immeasurable, a. m fi ? jj s; fa dwualfr l f} u tfeifKu 
Immediacy, w. R gijj f^Stm 

Immediate, a. T.\4 vm ft Ym In In !tm In ifiw W 
Immediately, «di2. llsn ft Wi vm ft Xm yfy ta ffi • 

Immemori al, q. 4l mfo ft *C <Aif. iflU n?1 <s; 4llfl * 
Immense, a. 4llfl Ittnj W8B ifm 

Immensity, n. flmilwijAW 

Imu^nsurafrle, a, la lD5L5dElla 

Immerge , t;. ; <S3J aj tflU^U a* 

Imm erse, v. Sli SSJ m *ptJ ^1 

Immersion, w. n"B SU "Ul 

Immigrate. v,_ . dlU 11 1 SI IflJU Q^ J3JOT gju Q wyw 
Immigration, n. flU BBH SID iflfSK iflwld py lUm ffy 
Imminence, n. nH.YJ DJiWrHI Wtyflfl fafr. 
Imminent, a. It By Iflft' 

jmmJ8cfofa lfll fotewtttotfirih 

Immif, *? T ... . fifutfltl .Vilify jjlltl ifa "^ 



366 
Immobile, a. to ifo tfuVUiV u\lu dl* 

Immobility, n. F1TW ifo un ifctmltJVU' 
Immoderate, a. to tfto WW «N«I ^llw WD ttti fl'-u 
Immodef ately,acto. \f\<ii\u WB AN WQ RS 
Immodest, a. to tlnmm RW VKJTU HTU 0«™ n 

Immodestly, adv. till! f^ltillsj qrmw ^wAmi 
Immodesty, w. RTCJ B»T*Jn ™U! WW f nil* 
Immoral, d. to <BBU fo ™J * BIBilJ to tflOT R5BU B^ 

f.nmnrnlity, 71. R?B j *jf? wtUW R7KMfl. 

Immortal, a. fito era tolli fan) 

Immortality, n. WW if: * wfyj * «tl * tftfl WW tl«l W 

Immortalize, v. Vh 1» fliiWB^ ™ ™ *^ ™U ¥ " 

Immovable, a. * 0« A ^n tftlVlw 

Immunity, «. nu «n i^ti w wu mm mTUi Itfiilu fin 

Immunity from ^ ^ JR B ^ ^ u ^\\ 

further attacks. i li ^ I 

Immutable, a. toUutll tlnu Vtrw Ullj ItlfKIU III 

Immutably, ad*. WU mil llnu WU OH «l*«wTll 

Impact, n. , nu nmu nsrumn nu 

Impair, v. Vli Itfmm rtuii w * Itfifewi djrttiinf 

Impart, v. tlOfl Itff MM IWH BBflltl 

Ill^iaj^Ufc \bi*fa* Tlii»*»W 

ImjgtiaHt y. n.. fl mtfawjmJkfc^ 
^ passable.' a. to 'faltfluU' 

' : impatieut, a. ■ " tola br *m ' tliwftn (jmBilltt 



367 

Impatiently, ctdv. Xfft *fa U fjgy ta & 

Impeach, v mn\m la arm On 

Impeachab le, a. fy pj ffof|tt 

Impeachment n. rnr nk-qtwj pn ^ 

I m pearl, v. *v!l ll^iVl£iQulli l^D ttafllj riftl^U ^*B 

Impeccable, a. Vbj ft tnd DJJ34 Taj fm $ Qr tfio uul 

Impecu niouV a. jfo.M._lliJl8jl^ 

Impede, v. ihfai TOYTtflrt'tfi tblltMi 

Impediment, n. flT3 ■ffi TO *Wfr HTJ tfuiTjj ltrttl fWffll 

Impel, v. y Itf tfi ifou lifVh 

Impend, v. " tfi Itftwtt/lftnftfj 

Impenetrable, a. to UV1UJJ i 4 ^ iHh ill Ul W 

Impenitent, a. to Ui ntftJ U Iwl oulil ^fHYlfef 

Imperative, a. 4* wlulrf' 44 «$lltlu 

Imperatively, arfv. Imj tfl sft S™ llfl I Ml 4lltlu tfl ftrtl 

Imperceptible, a- 4i rfftnaTsiV toV n^ flfr 

Impe rfect, a. Ill EUtl iftujfti UJ fom SjTmfl P^j 

Impprfuftinn, «»■ ATTU Tin wW PTttjllJ, R1T1 ffljffl/ 

lmp.rrwtlv.aA>. frw tin WW W tiVLj tfoftlf 

Imperforate, a. wetu i*ft Efl ^fl \u tm W* l^lllf 

X Imperial, a. Itt* WEMM ftiafifltf 

im pyd v. Wan tu ami \h ntft ■ i«fo n w dfrwrm 

Imperious, a. to tilffy tihjfli to W Diim 

Imperiously, «<fo. ^Htl <Vhntjftftl fafi «m fl 



368 
Imperishable, a. ^jlii JtljlllV' Via WKJ 18U 
Impermanent, a. 4AjJ OTO TtfljJ JJU fll tlrwwm RTttJ Cn» 
Impermeability, n. R g-|jj uu\j fit) 4(JJ IYUJJ w . 
Impermeable, n. ^a fo itiIjj Iff WJ 33 
Impersonal, a. tljifiSin Jll mu 

Impersonate, v. «foiaj itlu FlU UW! Vh ilk fill QVl uilflJ my 
Impertinent, a. otjojVWd TU ft film M1UI fllU 
Impertinently,arfv. lnu tJ^niUPWy in 
Impervious, a. 4j V)U W f5 i^Ui W ifltJ fffl SfOvi 
Imperviously; acfo. lay Tfjj «mu IT) UJ Iff I Pill ROW iTi UJ W 
Impetuous, a. \s w^jj waijj Is fiou Is SBti su 
Impiety, n. nVbj Q^j \u m®w\f\ "] tkw]Si PT3 DIMJN 

Impinge, v. jn njmu \f\M ifillfl 

Impious, «. orojjjj «b5 wnfw R31XJ djiojivrsio an«ui 

implacable, a. 4Ajj fl rml^TSn 4i1jj lifmlnii rfu 
Implant, v. djnli' «nc]n Irtuls sil^luls 

Implement, n. iffioiVfarotJ iffjOJ fio 
Implicate, v. ^ ifo pn ifa pnlflRTW Itf^J rfu ITi #ntj nu 
Implication, n. flT3 *ffl YlOfl W Firftj mj lOlltfafittt flfo 
Implicit, a. StiS inn niwRlfi 

Implicit confidence Irts ftvfi «Mfl IjJJJ WW mlaru i»W 
Implicitly, wlv. 5«U 8*5 miw tfiU tlfvum fiqijj wLru 
Implore, t>! * *8Q fftjlU *il 3QU HO 

Implore justice no riivm Fmu ytou iili* $ w 



369 

Imply, v. VHrmln i&nrai ifciBi 

1 impolite, a. fi^ ay VLj Vfoyu ipnw 

Impoliteness, «. rtbj tttnu WW fTssn tffotnlrtKl IB3 

Import, v. %u m «|n ^ 

Import, n. fn& 8u ril »hj n ^n i«&1 u»: bod 
Import and export ■ ' 

dutit* UlffUfillinjn WT ATI JJ1 till fiu fll 

Importance, i* RTraj jfapjft. 

Important, a- fTlflhj 

Importation, n. f|T5 fl lh &U l>ft itf) 

Hp9r^r,»-, frill WU ft Hi f & ftli ft if) 

1 mportunate, a. fa ttJU U lb I ABU «b© UDfc *| 

Importune, v «&olmi Rmi ffel4 Is «BD T^UGUI 

Importunity, tt. jtb^J 1014 TIB ifl nfa fol4 1* 

Impose, v. TVlWiml^ T1R 1) rtP Ylb ttU 101 

Imposing, a. TJ g WU1 Rfh ^1 ylflb 181 

Imposition, n. tTH rift TJlfl ifi'j VUJ QJJ fiT5 db 

Impossibility, n. R11JJ 4j illu ll) llil^ 

Impossible, a. 4i Vh lliU' 4uw«B ri}?fa St Vh 

Impost, w. n6 *ru ft iTi my 

Impostor, n. frltf Yfl WO R3J RV> V^Qtntl ViaOO 831 

Imposture, u. rnjinwn mj.woflM ms WRon sw 

lmpotency, n. R31U 00*4 rilR*! TJJ.liJ ififl J1RI 

Impotent, a. BOH ril»"5 up*j iljj £i rfi»"5 

Impotent!/, adv. \fi\i\i to itfJ V *m ^ 



370 

Impound, v. nfl ■fiVlu flW ( l*8U ^J ^TB ) 

Impoverish,!;. Itfall ai Vhllfausw 

Im practicable, a. 4AbBawaBJCJMak 

Imprecate, v. Jfi .&J45I Joi - JJ3* 

Imprecation, «. mi ll*M WW Rid 

I mpregnable, a. 4* rtrflw 'flUrVU' tfW UN) (rttt foil) 

Impregnate, v. Vh Itfti Win %\X 

Impregnation, n. flTJ M A55n 

Impress, v. ft flatf' nn nn itlu uuu tfi jmrtiiu na 

Impress, n. JBU fill SOU flurf JtKI 0>> flfl itlu UUU 

Impressible, «. 4* BOU OH flfl itlu fiUli W 

Impression, «. f»T3 fin tiaif fatf $ null' 

Impressive, a. *4* faXiVlu Vl 4l itlu * «ftl h 

Imprint, v. ft mil* tktfb wn Ao H'uif T3T 

Imprison, v. ^"l UOU W 4l AHU W pn 

Imprisonment, n. nu <i pn 

Im probable, a. J^jfai&D l^il^ "!U 

Improbably, qrftfr Wlabhlto 

Impromptu, a. ^feS frfo wfc 4f'ftnf\l1uiM 

or adv. » ^ , 

Improper, a. UJ MJ Twpilbl. bl fTOJ UUU 

Improperly, alv. IfWJ ttJ'JWWI 

Improvable, a. 4l 0"« * K»*q ^ 

Improve, v. *ltfft4u ItfVtfeWfrtto utlwll'lnll 

Improvement, n. mi to \tfft nh irii ft utlti IrtVflnj *u l ' 



371 

Improvident, a. 4llaJ llftuu ifio 4»*i*<1l wfc UOuU 
Improvidently,adu tflttllJ iflfrjjj ifio niu Vltfi 
^Improvise, v. -ft ^u Vfafo rju 6fl 4u \u WM (fojtfa 

Impaidenfi^ji, ^Jkikuia ... TbiMltfiliKiL 
, Impru de n t , a. , .,_ ...&lila&m . , tlaaaao^mfiflL&ifiu 
Imprudently,, a(|v.^y \%v Ifjft 

Impudfiafifi^ik...... amsm «m tlnpimamtnu roft d& 

Impudently, adv. frtill^WWW tfltAlJ njrmn V 

TiitifyviS Twnrmn snun mnu 

rto4,ji« m? djwm nnu tfijrtft 
nmtwtwn urn yi itlu jjufta uufln 
U rtuj fi rise rtoj Tf5 ftifttm nttotrnw 
tvuInW nil nfiutw 

lAo ifiSJ '111 U1 Ullfl ft " \\ " jftt) tlfjlfll 



Impulse, ft. 
'Impunity, «. 
Impure, a. 
Impurely, adv. 
ImpurenesB, «. 
Impurity, n. 
Impute, v. 
Imputation, n. 
In, prefix 
In, prep. 
In two days 






In England \u d»WI tftnt]!* - 

In hand 4* iftlft Vh OJ 

Inability, «. ^ flnJJTTO k ^: tfl 

Insecewible, a. 4l ttfUi fo 4* MnlwU' 



mTu 



UN IN WO 



372 
Inaccuracy, n. 'ami iaaflu mm m? aaifl sm BTflJ ffl 

laaccttratft ft, ' ^^ yn rifa 

tuition, w., gmu lfiti^ aftj TaHinureTg 

Inactive, a. hi ih mq la Wb 4i*lii iknou rrg 

Inactively, arfv. tmi ifin mn imi *] fa ■] . 
laadequate, a. Vi a n nil fTC. "u) till itty Tal WD «j ' 
Inadequately, wfo. ^fKilil yip lii jmj iwp iry ?q 
InadequateneBB, n. nm tin wiwlaj fflti tifyfllf 

iaadmiaaMe^A T« anna S ftilir sjsalalfc^ 

Inadvertency, n . fflru map ifi flrfi latru fiEW 
Inarivexteiitly+ad^lfisiM tt*k §&. _ 
Inane, a. *• TJJ tllWin "U R?W ouli} 1) *U FttUl Afltt 

Inanimate, a. 4A*J ft If'fa 
InappJieable, o. $Tj4 fW lw flfJJ fill mi 
Inappiication, n. flTJ ^ilil 141 M lu fh ^ 
Inapproachable, a. 4* l*ffi VitTllSltf' l*oi vnTulrt" 
Inappropriate, a. 4ju5 2^T3J 13J iWjr 
Inarticulate, a. 4j flflljJ iffl 4AlJ ft .ifoil TW1 
Inarticulately,adto. ^PKJ gfllwltf' flflljj lfa 
Inartificial, a. 4AlJ tlaMJ $ lltf" 

Inasmuch, adv. faflKUU J4TVI MJU 
Inattention, n. la «1 U fJj ' Tw iOI ts Iff 
Inaudible, a. 4Au tlfT^hfifun J 4Awlltftu 

Inaugurate, v. & 4u RJ Vh fil 



373 

Inauguration, «. nfl4 f) n f}-| fi<fc ,{}„ im , 

Inauspicious, a fa\ it qny luijain rjnttljj f> 

Inau8p.ciou8ly,adv < Usj"bj 3J T)ny lij 6 »v> 

Inborn a jjj ^ ^ WUFIIVI in* jfivtfti pg 

Inbred, a ^0 $ulu gfi ,J U WJJ j W -, u ^ j, u 

Incalculable, a. fa ifo tkuimlllV iViaD SI tiilJjWU' 

Incandescent, o 4l ififl ariiuflu fou <n (IruIiI tfi) 

Incantation, w. nisto'flipi «i nwui inuunf 

Incapable, a tfiliilw In Aj&j ir&JBfl 

lucapability. n llnflstn fljijj ftUjTJti 

Incarcerate, v. ,ffn *ift la fin 

Incarnate, v. Yhltf'jj ito 1)U Irf'ififl i5o lli 

Incarnation, n. nu £ ¥»JJ WHDIR^nW Ul^lfm 

Incise, u. U*l»^ Wl) U tTus {$"■ 

Incautious, a, iii 3^ i»: IRQ: 

Incendiary, -n, ej'wnai mi 1*1 ifjl utu 

Incense, n. ifllei VtQU iej 1 y«Bl iffioj «J 

Incense, v. Otl JU ffa) l«Ol MOW ^llw^lnjp 

Incentive, a. i*o y Iw jj Xinr 6j %u mo p* vn^ul* 

Inception, n. nu fijj fli 0U itfn uifl fu fo 

Incessant, a ^J TPinn IjjU'ttyfi 

Incessantly, adv. \«i l»i Vty*) miou 

Inch, ti fold* 0>5T SMtM AT! *| 

Incident, n- l&? * ithild 



Incision, n. 
Mark treeB with an 

incision 
Incisor tooth 

Jncitant, n. 

Incite, v. 

Incitement, n. 

Inclination, n. 

Incline, v. 

To be inclined 

Inclose, v. 

Inclosure, n. 

Include, v. 

Inclusive, a. 

Incognito, adv' 

Incombustible, a. 

Income, n. 

Incomer, n. 

Incoming, a„ 

Incommode, v. 

Incemparable, a. 

Incomparably, adv 

Incotnpassionate.a. 

Incompatible, a. 

Incompetent, a. 



374 

nwfi rfton my ifoft itlu jieflfr 

fivi 4» W"ui 

fab yuntfrlilh] 

DTJ yiM 

aWltl tfii i fa aw &w +w *| 
ffo34 N l5' Mo nitfiTtt arnn wfltuf 

fa £ l«Jl JJ1 too 

4j wuillut] ffU"* iilu ion 
^&ti.*:itl'hit]1jjU' 
Mai tlnO 4i ffli na: nu 



376 

Incomplete, a. 4j*Iij rati tjtyftif' Id WU 

Incompleteness, n. rtoj un wfc)J RTUi *lfl 
Incomprehensible, !„««!«,, .1 
'a, fy fol w m In trtu tati 

Incompressible, a. ^fa fititoi i°ffi 

Inconcealable, a. 4l dfl tljl^T Xu ifr 

Inconclusive, a. iR itlu 6 *wlffy TaJ lliu i Wfl M 

Inconsiderate, a. ^lijlfl'tfJOJ ifo] fSou 
Inconsiderateness, ! >n ,vi ., A , 

n. ftnjj yi w Iw «rjn wjqj inn nou 

Inconsistency, n. miJ<l u tJj Jjw 

Inconsistent, a. ,4/1*} ffU llri mi iSmrill Itnn ftll 

Inconsolable, a. ^1 tfclR*! li 5r t'ffj Vl > "U4^l ^" 

Inconspicuous, a. ^\ u <«ft nfc«S"tt_ JJBJ ifioulji itfu 

Inconstancy, «. rtqj v\tuT.S R7BJ nafj fiaon 

Inconstant, a. fo vnu*ltJ WW 341 

Inconsumable, a. icai tlj l.WjJ' 

Incontestable, «. tjfafitfJlJJ w 

Incontiguous, a. ^ oy iRU^ $« HU ' B^ WTJ W till 

incontrollable, a. $j uitfb IJJ Q^J CiflUJ Oy 

Inconvenient, a. VUj fltffl a'unn ijj arum 

Inconvertible, a. ^i s: nail flfi"Kl Itlu lim fculiilri" 

Incorporate, v. m 5*1 1#AtIu fc ifilfl tin P^n «k ufo ijffcn 

Incorrect, a. llJ £in 

Incorrectly, adv< XfMVU £Tl HQJ 

Incorrigible, a. \l \Af\ flaw 



376 

Incorrupt, a. \\ ttowariTU .tfr.flu 1)1 £ldmi milf 

Incorruptible, a. VU iitl? llnultJ la ffotttJ 

Increase, v. ^ if(3J JW3J $U Iwnj $U Ifft $U WOT $U 
The waters increa- * * ' 

• 8ea unrmlu 

Prices increased j-j^-j $u 

Increase with age . yfi jriui ffi tfl WW 8*5 

Incredible, a, Ijj ^i i$Q 

Incredibly, adv. iflyl^ \il i^Q ' 

Incredulous, a. . u\ ftjlftu 

Incubate, v. nn l#pu ( su ifta ittafiw ) 

Incubator, n. fiu nnl'Q tau tfQTl illu efi ) 

Inculcate, v. 8f)U in **U flu 1/s 

Incur, v* an od 

Incur responsi- • t *- . 

bility, wn Q ^l ^ u nT13J ^ ^ ' aEll, 

Incur obligation ^: fo j"tw Hi FITOJ Qfl ItBti 

Incurable, a. fnttllii Villi 

Incursion, n. fyff ^D l«8i ft Ifil 

Indebted, a. fin Shi 
How much is the _ ., , fc , v> 

.. indebtedness lh» W ifil l^ Wl Wl ll 

, Inde^cjr, n. rjn p«T3Jfi RQT3J 1*5 *"l ViUltJ 

Indfeelft; a. 4i1jj pie wjtiAjm vkitu fa 

Indecision, n. . nu ti\u flfl win Is VtaiS 

Indeed, adv. tfltl ^ <fr \m illf «ftl 

Indefatigable, a. Vbhtttimj imfmivtfhir YMtmi 



377 

Indefinite, a. ^Ajj ft fiwufl 

Indefinitely, adv. tflllljJ jj riiwun 

Indelible, a. 4j atll)4 BQfl ( m win tfn $ flulil tJOH ) 

Indemnify, v. umj fa til ifaj f\m UVlli 

Indemnity, n. rt fa Hftu IHl tfl Ufa) 

Indenture, v. fa W\tim ffajflp JWflfW flU il»: ffU 

Independent, a. iflnjVB Uj B|i lu tjfatj W 
Independent,coun- i i i^ \ k • i 

^y tan ft lonra tta* fi W 4u un i«j 

Independently,*^ ^ y ^ fa uf j *[ RJ 
Indestructible, a. ^ VhaTylwV 
Indeterminable, a. ^ s: dnnm fl^l^T 

won 



, Index, n'. 
Index finger 




Index, v. 


fa fasiwm 


India, n. 


tlsrivin Suwu 


Indiaman, n. 


ru nun «bt3 tljrnuw fminu 


India rubber 


'WIll^^^UQQU 


Indicate, v. 
Indicate the man 
ner 




Indicator, n. 


ft* wjo ^vi ^ 


Indict, v. 


ftai 1m fii ma 


Indictment, n. 


fltt &J fit)* iJOJ RTU4 



False_ indictment nu &)1 Milan RTliJ i?U • 
Indifference, n. fmjj ifin my Tjj iqi Is Iff q:Tj 



378 

Indifferent, a. t fin iftU iflu lite dl mv 

Indifferently, adv. Iru itjy 

Indigence, «. rxbj ?, m «su OUTO! 

Indigent, a ym W BUTtn SJin JWU 

Indigestible, a. Vl*l rp 6l)J l*8Wl 4Aii fi:MU 

Indigestion, n. tfp BT» d^3 SJtl/Ufl p9\ VUOU 

To be indignant uAlU Ar ;i#4 i^U 1-S l&tit* 

Indignation, n. R7fiJ ufHi iRDl 

Indigo, «. FlDW 8^u PJTH 

Dye with indigo dou tffo F>rw 

Indirect, a. 4j OQiJ *&3J W *"» WJ 

Indirectly, adt;. \m tnt dtm tmj iSu* tfltt l$WJ *inu 

Speak indirectly $0 8*B3J tfou 

Indiscoverable, a. ♦* vnTii WU 

Indiscreet, a. 4l tllWIfl «W 8fl Mil W R«nj {[ 

Indwcreetly, adv. ^fl«l»i tiHifl ItotJ ibwm {tnjHjl 

Indiscriminate, a. VlaU'iS&n rffc tonpipty 

Indispensable, a. 4l*llfl WIm!*" 

Indispose, t? ^ f ^TU lai lliii 1^ liltll 

Indisputable, a. ^ rflwlaV & ^J l Wld OOn 
Indisputably, adv. ^ y ^ ^ »*»!« 

Indissoluble, a; ^ *C»ttjVU .MuKinu 

Indistinct, a: ^ * "* *1 ^1 VI 

Indistinctly, adv. ^^ «* ^ 



Indite, v 
Individual, v. 
Individually, adv 
Indivisible, a ■ 
I ndi visibly, adi 
Indocile, <i 
Indolence, a 
Indolent, a 
Indomitable, a 
Indoors, adv 
Indorse, v 
Indorsee. % 
Indorsement, n 
Induce, v 
Inducement, n. 
Inducible, a 
Indulge, v. 
Be indulgent 
Indulgently, adv. 
Indurate, v. 
Industrious, a 
Industry, n. 
Indwell, v. 
l^ebriat*, n. 



rW 



nwu itJti Cms ra am idu ilm ffaf 

tu mil odh w\fr uur\\v\fr m 

Xm udi,oon Ull^ . 

w So vfa"U W atm.tnn 

RTB4 if^S PlMu Itlu M3JJW1 



effti draft* Wj as 'lio $"aan m? fu 3&i 
nu dfvi $o sran waft sn wimj Ir «| 

Tin THU llftl'l inatl T1RQ3J 

4l DM «tffl TO Itfah SuV" 
<LI03J OyOjW 

ieSu f dr,u dnu dsiuosj rm 
tffa ta ilnu iIjtuooj ^mj wijj k 

~th n-& ej m ' ms •a is mi tfemnmj 

01 IflStfa^ LU tffl 3jj flftj ( i-B\4 *;U l^ ) 
F1U Yi iUI £51 lllu MiJjfll 



380 

Inebriate, v. VhMtu an irfl flu idmAd 

Ineffectual, a. 4,^ £ WR ^ it J u dsttitlf 

Ineffectually, adv. *Uy1ji idu djrttmf 

Inelastic, a. 4ilii Jj emu Op Wi 

Inept, a liiajj In mut wVfVU' Xm im« i 

Inequality, n. wvAu tffhllj IMJO nil 

Inert, a 4AlJ £ rfufi ^wlti 

Inestimable, a lV \ao 6 «»: Afl djruioArf' 4t rfTWuliilrf 

Inestimably: adv, \f\%i dttJiru^UjIff 

Inevitably, adv \m W ati KRnlwV tmj ilU 

loexact, a |jj ^t,> 

Inexcusable, a. 4j s: tjn ifo Ui V* 4niffwHJjU" 

Inexhaustible u Ijj Ifiuifi Vi >m fcvi «j irt" 

Inexperience, n. nu 6 djwwm fOUJ'JTUirij 

Inexpert, a. Ijj «#ri<i /ammi 

Inexpressible, a. ittRO ft **: flfl iftu 031 $\ «*: ufiJtn w" 

Infallible, a. 4l ftfllw V $ villi] titf 4iljJ cif l»lB 

Infallibly, adv. "Uolai a* i»tj WifajJIHlJ 

Infamous, a. *fi 4V dfc tJnii* IJWtiA 

Infamy, « BTttJ rib djtUfl 

Infancy, ti. WO Dtyw'i&n iiirf bou 

Infant, « *iSn pjj* «W 

Infanticide,*. n*.*iflil* 

Infantry, ti. no* wrong 



381 

Infatuate, v. ft t^flfj flTW fo f u ^ Q 

Infatuation,^ »R SliifitM RT&JiWHn 

Infection, n. , nil $ tfo&R fiUJ ^TnM filll $fl RU Su 

Infectious diseases tfiHtfltjfl 4l MwtflU £ 1§B tlfo (rtU d HI*) 



Infer, v. 
Inference, n. 
Inferior, n. 
Inferior quality 
Inferiority, n. 
Infest, v. 
Infidel, «. 
Infidelity, n. , 
Infiltrate, v, 
Infinite, a. 
Infirm, a. 
Infirmary, n. 
Infirmity, n. 
Inflame, v. 
Inflammable, a. 
Inflammation, n. 
Inflate, t>. 
Inflict, v. 
Inflict a fine 
Influence, v. 



ftfi 71 un 7i 

oyinu nufSii nuflriTi 

^itlu so* $^fc^ ^ im i&y nil 

ifin mMutfi «"u *|) 4 

nu ^i iilu tfou nil rite ifri rm ru ou 

tunrn 

•umj ^jj* fitfrnl 1 ' ^lu Uufio muj vft 

tnton: Taj £ Su p a lu £ ifitn tlam 
b'em ttww i«i un 
^i wntn* ru ilw Al 

^3R . R784 QGU Ififcu UW flUj tflf] flfR 

MT34 riinmi dnrig fnrrathfiupu tnu feu 

ft\jff»!)r*rfkl*34 itll A34ltfftd IliuWTWUiiTl 

raadvuri VhW wtreifj fT5^i3Vur,yritt 
tlftiW iljli 



382 

Inform, v. ifli Rxiw uonU'f u«Jl nrai rinufoju 

I begto inform you «bb u4l RTttJ 1 Will Vintl 

I was informed ^ y» y. , =* 

' that . Qu W ro™ ^ M WW R *M n 

To inform against ^ tf w ^ ^ ^flj- 

Information, n. ^ ni , ufin ^ l u UQn fir04 £ • 

Informer, n. ^timtm ftk 

Send information .£ yMw\\ 

Get information fa ^ m fa '^ 

Infra, prejhx 8 < ifa&ufa Ull»"Jl 4&H an JVKjtw' 

•Infraorbital, a. ^ ^ 1^ JQ ,Jf w ^ g n m 

Infringe, v» ^ ft ^ l% rf^ \j 

Infringement, n. m fa &r ^ m fa ^ ^ mj 

Infuriat#l;. Vhltftjfl Qj Vh l^ifiw RTfl/tattttinw;. 

Infusible, a. ^ araitj ^ f f u ^ \fc 

Infusion, n. n -|j -j^ ^ i? fj m ^ulw ffo jfi y T 

Ingenious, .a. ■ 4l 3J tJOJUjl £>inwnfl • dujOpWU 

Ingeniously, adv. jfoj fj^ycyi flftj fia 

Ingraft, v. j^ltf 

Ingratitude, w. RTftjlli ^atU ' ttn:riUjO| 

Ioguina, n. ifiitta. 

Inguinal, a. utk «jjqj m ftfctj ( llj^l 834 n 11") ttfctJ.) 

Inhabit, v. fljj fS Q^j ffcl flU 

Inhabitant, ti. *B"Q £*Q^ • «313 tftu 1173 ifcoi 
Inhabitant, of a v •-, . 

village *TO ™ 8 n «1u 



383 ■- 
Inhabitant, of a 1 W J tfa wmfifM ^ ft J CTTnj fi^u 
kingdom 

wtu is i*h {*& itf 511 Qimpi i*8i 
4j £ an riwun oy lu dj:4i 
m idu jjhjti wo aj jji 
ugn 

tfoj!?' VOJJ lliTU ItfalBU flliM 81 
flTJ *Y&J 'UfrlDU fllift 8* 

fin ww iiIti^iI 

rra fin ui Fiji will mu m wiu 

fit m fit pm iwou 

tii fa uri artidjaj-m djryyjf'fa 

4i £i &jr 3*1u fiiiiljaJTvi titidirtm 

Injurious to health Vh OUWKJ uri ami flUlU 

Injury, n. 

Injustice, n. 

Ink, n. 

Inkstand, n. 

Inland, a. 

Inland duty 

Inlay, n. 



Inhale, v. 
Inherent, a. 
Inherit, v. 
Inheritance, n. 
Inhibit, v. 
Inhibition, n. 
Inhuman, a. 
Iniquity, n. 
Inject, v. 
Injection, n. 
Injunction, n. 
Injure, v. 
Injurious, a. 
Injurious terms 



vain ui wftn 
njr^nw&n 

rrotkriti « d*^ djifforfai 



Inlay with gold flhtHM tfutlu HWllimi 



Intot, n. 
Inmate, n. 
Inmost, a. 
Idd, n 
Innate, a. 
Innavigable, a. 
Inner, a. 
Innocence, n. 
Innocent, a. 
Innumerable, a, 
Inoculate, v 
Inopportune, a» 
Inorganic, a. 
* Inquest, n. 
Inquire, v. 
Inquiry, n. 
Inquisitive, a* 
Inroad, n. 
Insane, a. 
Insanity, n. 
Insatiable, «. 
Inscribe, v. 
Inscription, n. 
Insect, n. 



384 

$$ OjJ lu fiou ifiU3 rm 

^u lu fi $f\ 

fin fu aim Gumu $ wh au *Jiu kit* 

4j tftfi *iju nsuni ifi* &wSu nu 

4i B^j •Bii lu *du lu 

R)DJ lljlWSin Gfi R3l|j lu u uufia 

4 flu sfci oitui 4j1u u Gn 
mao ^: uIj uin imad iftu 
lijn wubi'ffutjR 
4Au wulu IWJtt SUfc 

nu ftaTnui wSn «w 

ptu mi nu Fi3iu in *nu ' 

mi ftowui nu $u wu $u mxlw oi» 

4i uTi ttiu 

rm ^n ifcu itfiltJ nu $ ffaj $n jiu i«ft 

iS i&i<to 4t 4 flft'Via. 

wuj di win flu irtou aw »$ 

^iqnly i^ul? 



ecure, a. 
©risibility, 
Sensible, a. n. 
^parable, a. 
lert v. 
|ide, adv. 
f;idiou8, a. 
light, n. 

ignia, n. 
sincere, a. . 
Mnuate, v. 
[^ipid, a. 
sist, v. 
bole fit, . 

oluble,' a. 

olvent, a. 

omnia, n. 
jlbomiich*, adv. 
spect, v. 
spection, n. '. 



spector, ri. 



385 ^ / 
\ri tiw Ijliftl tfliefjnii Ijj uim win 

emu Ijj £Stv •/ 

inriih Aril^ nil i-ffl 
mulu • tfwlu •'■ ^ilu 
yi antrum VhJiu 
ami afarnulu dryryi 



numiffmnn 



iRlmiwiu-etowJ' 




9\ rurviu ruriYiytJ pw lilfuu mrviu 

\ X ^ I A ' 

H3J %U IB! feril llll f)Q 1Q1 ■ flO £ 

4i 3 m W g -wfiu . RU OU 



V 
wan, 



,1R tlQTi 



3Jlfl su Tl 



irit inspector**'* •d'wW" flf! 



., dHDoWV v>o 1tft,$jM?wv 



spiration, n. jiTTtYftils-ill 
spiration by an «i 

;angel,: :/ V }™^TWK 



/ ii /^fr^vsi'* 



^r^f^'<> v - 



» » 



■s-^v- 



i*; i .| 1 «votf.:i^.>»i»*i*,v.\.,-v:. m* »•• '«..*Ai*«**'KILliAJDfc»i««X.'1il.»«*» 



Inspire, v, < 
Inspirit, -v. 
Instability; ft. 
Instance, in. 
For instance, 
Instant, a. 
Instant/ 71. 

Instantaneous, a. 

*> / 
Instantly, adv. 

Instead, adv. 

Instep, ft. 

Instigate,- v. 

Instigator j n. 

Instinct, n. 

Institute, v. 

Institution, ft. 

Instruct, v. ; 

Instruction, ft. 

Instructive, a. 

Instructor, ft. 

Instrument, n. 

Insufferable, a. 

Insufficient, a. 

Insular, a. 



386 

HlifiA fW'K 

^mj wis Itf uri wfi 
Jbi .tfu w IjjmIuo 
■■iwflouiv.-.. itlii rfuTi Ivcm r\ 
im iilu pvnwnu 
m\i rnjfou vmU mtfi 

tnu mi $ ttam(n ft 

A1Y1U liYlU^i / 

Vh ltvw-u& Id Xm yw im ill ■ 
^*flfi ill "hfmrvn mj*if3 

■ w tin Iwjj ■». vi iktfjj im pmj ftnwi 

'iftJtltojllkjJJ 014 irh lift minim ifim 

! \ a 
4i itlvi vi mtv, nan ta 



TDll id-*'- R?i 



mirance, n. 



lure, v. 



urgent,^ av-^-v; 

urrection, n. 
^egrity, n. 

egument, n. 

ellect, n, 

ellectual, a. 

elligence, n. 

elligent, a. 
jtelligible, a. 
[temperance, ,n. 

tend, v. 
ttense, a. ' 

tensify, v. 

tention, n. 

tentional, ■«..• 
Jtently, adv. 

tor, v. 

ter y prefix 

tercede, v. 

itetcept, v. 

tercesejon, n: \v 



387 
pviiiu fl/fla tjjanvi.- 

iiw ;nu iitit) , nor fi ^ *ntjti - ■••■ 

nu mm _\/mj viuifi no ngwnu 

iilSon ( ijii iNzta ).. v\iw iln dn 

4to thrift ttujOji fo f) W& tJOJOjl p 

{jajOJI *fi"T3 . ■.RTBj|' "■■.. "ftn RTIN R> 



m-qts .s: 1*01 



Is Ini 



m 



T 



twin ti r n ti \w twrcj wis d jemr 
wvlri uri nai fnwfr ron *du vi £ir 



o^anlj 



Rmusnin Rmi ^j wro mfan Imu 
iirial .-fotWRj'Vs Viv : - 






t 



m nrai sj is 



i« 



£)13JJ 



iftti irjj wti\ iml . uilfi ti 1u jrwu *viui nan 
muQ rtoj srwnr no uvw '{JlSi^.- w^nou 



RfTwvnS. mfiiKrw $nnvnli {Sfifwl^ 



: A 



r 



; ntfWmAdriio o: ; lnti wo s: jdvUirtft^.V* ''^t^iS 



:! 



: V : :. 



Intercessor, n. 
Interchange, v. 
Intercostal, a. 
Intercourse, n. 
Interdict, v. 
Interest, n. 
Interesting, a. 
Interfere, v. 
Interior, a. 
Interjection; ■.%. 
Interleave, v. 
Interline, v. ■■»'.' 
Intermarriage, n. 
Intermeddle,' v. 
Intermediate, v. 
Interment, n. 
Intermingle, v. 
Intermission, n. 
Intermit, v. 
Intericittent, a. 
Intermittent, n. 
Intermix; -y. 
Internal, a.~ 
Internal revenue 



388 

ru fiRu #i ill Itfaoj eJui idu \\& nu 
Vh Itfami m tm idauu k nu 

nu r1 ™ld ut V jrvtru dump! 
tfaj dnu jail rffri.-onn *«Tn won"** 
nan ifiu nmiitfup.jjrtw wa djrtymft 
4i idu $ nrmi ta itJu-vi ilViwSw wau 1«$ 
•an l^ai ui ifo *nrw in inin 46i 
lur-ftlu - ft/ aim 'flu lu 
^yrw uarw Rrai nn Is to ! utf! 
iwjj \w\u jrvmj wui wujftb 
ninu awn aj-.lii wxii tiutifl' \ 
my otvc tu'jrwTW-RUfirwwTn ■ 
/jmmitaipr^m ruqu 
^ tie lu j:wtw arm ru . srfwwn 
mr&b ww - 
Rardunu cJn" dliti- 



m 



m 



II 



II 



mi m® m mi mra ^ a rs wn 
r\ idu rm i rdq i w fi riai n^w wimi 

•IjR Yl iflR idli'RjIldu RJT3 (iTml^lj) 

du n*H<sR«n; wiiiltf i4i nu 



•Q"w lu my lu 



^oymi^lu 



mS mylu njjj rawmj.lu 




International, o. $4 Ȥ \Ylu n*Ttf \n -| tklYlfl 

International Law ngtWKJ OT Ifl *) tljIlYifl 

Interpose, v. i^lluMTUfiau TKl3fW7Wninf 

Interpret,^ mla ami tjhnu Yi"KJ 

Interpreter, n. finj ^Jitla 

Interrogate, v. ^Uai •tfnl'flfi ito tlttl & tftu 

Interrogation, w. nij tlUl ffa ttUI J?l tjsui 

Interrupt, v. Vh Itflfa HTU *0in WOU if\ *D7U *U dtW iSn 

Interruption, n. T1TJ Vtyfl 1WJX ft IVi^l Y^ «D?1 UTB 

Intersect, v. Vh Itfah nail Yi fin Itfami ffti 

Interspace, v. Vh It^JJ *BQI fi VI 0W flRTI 

Interval, n. an? l& in EU: 
Interval of time "| , 1 i 

At intervals j itJu "™ 1 lu ™™ "*l ' 

Intervene, v. i4l iJI rm ttVw fi»"W 

Interview, n. ' fl* flUYmi tlWltt rfti 

Intestinal, a. dltJ a'VU" uw ft'lto* 

Intestine, n. «°1 uf ViaOfl YITI iftu OWTJ 

Intimacy, n. RTW 8*U UW rfa 

Intimate, a. $ti ffu otjQU In ffa fffivi 

Intimate, v. IROU UOfl itlu flTJ fo]U *| $ USI 

Intimidate, D. jllfrwft VHlifnifr 

Into, prep. lu f»lu Itlu ii\ 

Intolerable, a. %J Ylulil'U' ifm nh ^1 s: y\\i\fi 

Intonate, v. Ifofhrnifaw 



Intoxicant, n. 
Intoxicate, v. 
Intoxication, n. 
Intrepid, a. 
Intricate, a. 
Introduce, v. 
Introducer, n. 
Introduction, n. 

u tt e r fintrodue ' wMo * 

Intrude, v. 



390 

nu flu ijji 

rial wtoj mao ifiu niCl mois 

m/faltl iIijji nvtr ill tfijjifa'f'ffiffu 

ttu ill inltf £^n nU 



Intrust, v. Tfrnrwltf dipfr 1frw Is aotj p: ItF 

Intwine, v. Vhltfatehtynfaafiw )35u to i«n idu inarn 

Inundation, «. fj-jj ^j Jl you 

y Invade, v. an VW ft ifim J f f1 i»n\l 5*u i«8ild 

Invader, n. ^n jtu mill 

Invalid, a. lj] illy $ Vc'lri' ywfc'rnw 4 * 

Invalid, w. ru fctjfl RU ISU ftlw ^VlTJ 

Invaluable, a. * 4j $ nfli iwfta dsuTW iljrifflj €l 

Invariable, a. 4jlil Utlj dmi 

Invasion, n. mj Jfi ifild nu *b* ffi mOuu sh & mm 

Invent, v. f\f\ Hihu fin ditfaiJ^U 

Invention, n. fro fi tfjQ mm 4l Pifl Vh $u W . 

Inventive, a. 4* J) K ftMft .ft* fin tf Jtftttjf'fc 

. Inventor, w. ^fifi tl^W^O«i*» IwiJ *i"W tJjtliwj*' 



391 

Inventory, n. uirjjfi rifrf 

Inventory, v. »nj"tt UTnj$ J1U W>^ 

Invert, v. Fi5l nrftJ UU itlli RTf 

Invest, v. urn tfi row 180 en iQi iHild «i ru 

Investigate, -y. iw 1WI Isi «QU . jhl t$f V'flTDJ «ftj 

Investigation, <n. nu WW tire vn mj f^^TJCUl *fa: 

Invigorate, v. Vh Irf'ii UN Ql DU Vh It^tllp flliW 

Invincible, a. 4 J •flUl'Vilrf' 4 All rim UlWlri IfiJ 0"fl*: 

Invisible, a. 4* J4M VU l$U UJ OW WQJ llfa ifal m * 

Invitation, «. rfl llltl) It) fjm 

Invite, v. "flTl UJU «flw i^Uj l$D i^fu 

Invite, a priest ftWw: 

^eat^ a Prie9t ^ *"***> 

Invoice, n. UTCu^ S"VFil RI TIG J Yi flJlt] 

Invoke, v. Tjq Up obmm* folUollfahtJ 

Involuntary, a. "Uj srui aim V-l TIJ U* Is $^1^1.0* 

Involve, v. l^j WD mil} *Wtt Vh^l^- 

Inward, a. ^iilu 1J Q|J mu In IRJDIW 

Iodiae, a. r\y mSU la&u in ft fijiu *u Vh sin «nv\nu mm 

Ipecac, \ ^ * 1 ^ , Ll«2llJl4U>inSBUQtJmtl 

Ipecacuanha, / n ™ Ufl imi 1-n iliu W 

I™, n. BJTj/tnfl 

Iris, n v a€jo utj •fa mil §n *n 

Irkcome, a, $j itlu $ mOou itiB Is , 

Iron, n. iVi^n ijfuwi iflVjfl eft 



Iron, v. 


In tin un ell 


Cast iron 


iviSfn w«q 


To put into ironj 


U nnu fin wi 


Ironclad, n. 


fhSu ?u >h n*ftj mtfn 


Ironical, a. 


4i itlu rii djran uw ma $m unn Itf 


Irrecoverable, a. 


4j aqi nafj ru jnuiln*' 


Irredeemable, o» 


tiny ftiAiilrf* 4* itn nrfti ruWU' 


Irreducible, a. 


4l iOT nsfti i^l flljjl^ 


Irregular, a. 


4jl)J FIJI IjJ IflJJQ 14QD ttWfll 


Irreligious, o. 


^jlall^fio snmiT Bihrifc 


Irremovable, a. 


4/1*} bis un itaultfld' 


Irreparable, a. 


yi iiy\ ivirq ifiu tIooj uWliTlff 


Irrepressible, a. 


4j br naulrtjj ou' nnlii ny 


Irreproachable, a 


. 4i ^^iiulw^ Ijj'SjSn tjj^ 


Irresistible, a. 


4* no tfWUjlvfl 4j tiuTn oy 


Irresolute, a. 


4j nay naBnTn 1 ' \\ tft fin fltfh fiifau 


Irrespective, a. 


Taj iffa an wall 


Irresponsible, a. 


Taj *u fu Qn ubu 


Irreverent, a. 


4j inn In Fmw iftuw 4* Tin rtw \Jlifio 


Irrevocably, adv. 


tnU Rift ITfl flfJtJ rflTwl**' 


Irrigate, v. 


jn \K Itfadun tin ifi i^ild In \f\ i+i 


Irritable, a. 


aJntnn im i 


Irruption, n. 


^jnriilfiutin (nmtffc jjnlar dnv) 


Is, v. 


gHh uvU Zte ttlu oy 



Islam, n. fnNV\ UUT1 i£VCVa!ll 

Island, n. HYt 

Islander, n. m 4 nx 1*70 BjJ IfiX 

Issue, v. 1,vi» atm *m $ ton tf> wW 

Issue, n. rroWoon «8b flcuvn gnwtifm 

Isthmus, n. $ ftu uflu WO ufal iK OTM UttU N flO* 

It, pron. fcfifo\& riU iran 

It was Op M 
Italy, ». tferonflrA" 

Itch, n. tjR 9m tl« fi OTTTB fto 

Itchy, a. 4* fto NTH 

Kching, «. flTBJ ffii 

Itself, pron. A ift & & ifi* 

Ivory, n. n 4li. a', mi n «8lr 

J. 

Jabber, v. ?* & T fl**™') 

Jabberer, n. TW $0 W W fl* 

Jack, n. mlimiftofc* mtf.f tutaifAi 

Jackal, «. $lft*Al *ran *tia vAi 

Jack-tree, n. A *»V U 

Jacket, n. ifc ™ l8ta ifo *| A UBfl 

Jack-knife, n, (in ffo *6* V|j 

Jack-plane, n. nu Iwij MlW 



Jade, n. 
Jade, v. 
Jagged, a. 
Jail, n. 
Jail -bird, n. 
Jailer, n. • 

Jalap, n. 
Jam, n. 
Jangle, v. 
Janitor, n. 
January, 'n. 
Japan, n. 
Japanese, a. 
Jar, <n. 
Jasmine, n. 
Jaundice, n. 
Jaunt, v. 
Javanese, n. 
Javelin, n. 
Jaw, n. 
Jealous, a. 
Jealousy, 71. 
Jealousness, n. 
Jeer, v. 



flu win 

fi 3J nun itlu flu i{Jm 4i <n? *j iiiu riu 
fin fjeusi 



ityi 



ru tin Itiw 



4 B *■"'--* 



fnli^n 



sou IM io\m Vh tn r.i<u >fe* 
Itf* ft dm ft i&jj nu ifiw nu 
*rqu jjnjiRjj Y\ wfolu d oSnrjy 

iftm (jlj/VI UW SJ Ul til £'U f U 

tny no: Oijiii 

f u iwf wa^e/lvi v. mifaii anr-iu 

jfa us moil 

nun urn 

vicn ^1 

innVlnj 

rjwui ftitw ft/Ulmi 

muj rjfeKtT aroj fo misj thai 

wtjj t]fenn 



Jehovah, n. 
* Jejunum, n. 
Jelly, n. 

jelly-fish, n. 

Jenny, n. 

Jerk, v. 

/est, v. 

Jet, n. 

Jet-black, a. 

Jewel, n. 

Jeweler, w. 

Jewelry, », 
Jewess, n. 
Jews-harp, «, 
Jib, ». 
Jib-boom, n» 
Jig, n. 

Jimson-weed, n. 
Jingle, «. 
Jinrikisha, n. 
Job, n. 
Join, v. 

Join one's self to 
Joint, «. 



395 

wnmi urn w:n*1 wfctKW 

w iujj n:w$u 

iv Hi irffcw warn/ liir *| 
i«m i^^djipftj mu fituiruii 

ifuoj 3i mio* 

i*n 4 m i1q ( diSu ) 

mm iriti fi . ' • 

a&jj J2M ud rwrfii 

hi aw liArtflu rito «fw ftu 

rnj twin t;. ju mi iroo 

tlaro d»43nj dranu rKi Ha riii i^lmnrf^ 

iiou uuu ay rib dm flu fib mft fi^ rffc 



Joint, v. 
Jointly, ad*. 
Joist, n. 
Joke, v. 
Jollification, ft» 
Jolt, v. 
Joss-stick, n. 
Jot, v. 
Journal, n. 
Journey, «. 
Joy, «. 
Joyful, a. 
Joyfulness, n. 
Joyless, a. 
Joyous, a. 
Jubilee, n. 

Judge, w. 

Judge**. 

Ju%m&&t, n. 

Final Judgment 

Judicatory, a. 

Judicial*. 

fudieioiii, ft. 

Jug, n. 



dm 

^joa Sou Jon fli Jiv 
jjavKjfmuiu ^ato*) ffi fifth 

utcu$ r«j 5U m&te) sr» ivi$ mj to ft 
imiilto rairtnnihi 

RWjSufi MTuta>nIfr- tnfejj wnutllin 
#u flu emu auft to fell* 

BWJ ft 1* WW fjR QUW MTU lllfH 

tljiRStn ww tifi Sufi iflmwi 
Cvifr mitnu ufiJiiafCmfi tofll* 
ran $ $1 frota Bj ran ftti^rwi 

fit ATTN WflTHW «1l SU 
mj tfft 'fa ^Tfll* FlTftJ i&i 

; '4t-<huniHftflnja)i 



Juggler, n. 
Jugular, n. 
Juice, »». 
Juiceless, a. 
Juicy, a. 
July, n. 
Jumble, v. 
Jump, v. 
Junction, n. 
June, n 
Jungle, n. 
Jungle fever 
Junior, a. 
Junk, n. 
Jupiter, n. 
Juridical, a 
Jurisdiction, n. 
Jurisprudence, n. 
Jurist, n. 
Juror, n. 
Jury, rc. 
Just, a. 
Just, adv. 
Just arrived ^ 



397 

frnu na *BTJ na wu "i 

kvi iifulfj^w rfi *§ oji tfii no #11 a: irfU 

iK anltf 

atfc (mm: ualtf) 4« T-jj fi tfi 

hi 6 Ji du oonlrfuin 

h tlu anu rifc a^n Awn 
nutria t^u aj icni ai 

ifiou Yi wn lu DJnt|W # ifiou StyvKJU 
tiun mini 

wyu qt\i otm efo nii 4j & qt^ omi nh 

to jhni 

uw^iaimj 

iij wj diw tncui avft new ufiu tftun ma. 

TTnnjjWJiu fmu fnjjwy-KJ ua iimjjtitJWrhT*) 

f^iuinj nQwjjiu mil iltu-flfitf . {t 

■jn ^u fw whs 

iwn Bairn? ." wn gn ju araJfij 

touwjj ifojjtmj MJFisiJft f^n ' 

jn ifou fo <uflt 



Just now 
Justice, n. 
Justification, if. 

Justify, v. 
'• Justly, adv. 
Juvenile, a. 
Juvenile sports, 

K 

Keel, n. . 
Keen, a. 
Keenness, n. 
Keep v. Kept 
Keep company, 
Keep a servant 
Keep for oneself 
Ke^*barse 
Keep, dps** by one 
Ketp out of tight 
Keep back 
Keeper, n. 
Keeping, n. 
Keepsake, V. 
Xeg, *• 



398 

iftantfi . JtoiftA 

*m iou mu Rra \$ WJXJ RTaj *V*** 

\m iftw ma tmj fr*0n 

mi firm ii w i&i *} 
K. 

R3114 an i&iu uw»w 

an & Itl in w f nu & NJJW3J riu 

irtuT.5Tti"wtfli flu i& 

uoti osj \n^f> 
twu wui wan i»w 

nftTr ituTr dutirtr 
^iliiftbn $>« 

tSJld* # f»i iR arm *fa 





399 


Kennel, n. 


ftutfj^nfti 


Kept, 'V. 


tstonni Keep. 


Kernel, *n. 


iu^fi flnltf 


Kerosene, n. 


vn mi fhfl 


Kettle, n. 


wjfc iv$n jj fl fc' m fa \t\ 


Key, n. 


|n gap 


Key -hole, n. 


IW* 


Key-etone, n. 


flu 8jj n"i #w tm jutf hautd! 


Kick, v 


ir: 6u 


Kid, n. 


§n nut * • 


Kidnap, 0. 


ftOU Rfl RU 


Kidney, n. 


e:ftj£ iiw i!oj tffcu ifti vi dwanx 


Kill, v. 


si all ma fiinrj 


Kiln, n. 


AWi ieji wjJo ieji inn ieji nrlwa 


Brick kiln 


ifllOJ 


Lime kiln 


" ' i*n ten Uva 


Kin, n. 


WWw 


Kind, n. 


iriifl duti iiwun 


Kind, a. 


Is ft "U iojwwi ouiwc/ 



Kind-hearted a. 4* jjls tljlfr 4l tfcnDU ffaj RTOl'TUtUi 'UiMfll 
Kinder-garten, n. Ulfitm i?in *| U"51 artw llfti Hoi 
Kindle, v. riol*! ItfTiii 

Kindly, a. & arfo. ifajta nyui tflti ftrw UJ«#n / ' 
Kindness, n. BTpj iJJWfll n^tt) ^ 



Kindred, w. 
Kiog.n. 


400 


Kingly, a. 


wj tm uw ratfiffc/ film fru niafthf 


Kingdom, n. 


thaim tjiti ifioi jTBtntuiW udu&u 


King-fisher, n. 


un nj:t$u 


King-post, n. 


itn w vtift m 8qu 


Kinsman, n. 


fc tfoi wnjiJi 


Kiss, v. 


ju njnit] rfU ( iliu $n Gmaun ) 


Kitchen, n. 


fcfj tjl R» ifclfifi 


Kite, n. 


to un iwCiuQ irtto vAi 


Kitten, n. 


jn UJJ3 


Knapsack, n. 


tiuj ^j nnith tf*M& vviis 


Knave, n. . 


au tn* vmitni 


Knead, v. 


niifli mnJi f»$n larii tfki via 


Knee, «. 


itf i*i 


Knee deep 


Sn ifkii m ni Sn ur iti 


Kneel, v. 


$n ill at 


Knew v. 
K#fe, it. p{. 

Knives 
Knock, v. 


nUfi uw Know. 

fin {to with urn fin wfi 


^|pck against 
Knot, v. 


W ibm ffcnu na4Yin , 


Knot, n, 
-Knotty, 1 
Knotty, J 


»Jiu Itl faj tlu 



Know, v. Knew, 

Known 
Knowing, a. 

Knowledge, n. 

Known, v. 

Knuckle, u. 

Kodak, n 

Kcrat, n. 

Korea, n. 



401 

£ £<n dnnaj £$u 

R7U4 £>B1 «tt *j 

spin iiw Know. 

ifiw TWJ mrihn 
djavipi im ws 



L 

Label, n. 
Label, v. 
Labial, a. 
Labiate, a. 
Labor, w. 
Physical labor 
Mental lAbor 
Daily labor 
Hard labor 
Labdr in vain 
Laborer, n. 
Laboratory 
Laborious, a. 
Lac, n* 



ffftw ^ am lu rifiirc tftnqw 

uani nam smn 6j -no: 

Vh \vCu qam ftp. aam 

uw lu A dm 

4i jj ms nfoj ( i«cu nau fionltf } 

nu ms nu 

mi nu &m niy 

araw rre Vf ajjoj 

flTJ flhflfiJ Y|H 3U 

ms «m 
nu my idai 
. ru nu fth nu 
mnu tfi nu *jt *b* 
feidufnitim ^ifoiyimtih 
rIi fm ^tk* iiau nu> 



402 

Lac dye *ft ihtfu tffeu 

Lace, n. efttdw e5i aw fiDmundw 

Lacerate, «. vhttf'fin tfio finlll 

Lacerated wound uej» fin uun in" fi IM n^ t1& 

Laceration, n. nu ft ifio fin itlli MB 

Lacing, ». ma .fa Itfinlu mi fo ana fa «m iron 

Lack, v. Vhlifann n* umw t& inii ojj Tu iftttot) 

Lacquer, n. fift U1 tn 

Lacrimal, a. uw Ui en diu ifftw lit) in m 

Lactation, n. nil ft ift* vK UN ITfiT ullljlrf'BUi UJJ 

Lacteal, a. i&4 idli tt»BH rfwftj iflll OWTJ ft arRW U*ft 

Lactic, a. clftl vR mi 

Lactose, n. "Ul »"W UJJ ifl 01» OBn Sin iK MM 

Lad, 7u ifin^Tnu in?j ji* mu tnyunf' 

Ladder, «. ttVU 

*iS?ier * ung of * ^ 4 ^" 

Lading, n. nu uu ^n rtifiu 

Bill of lading lu tmn riirilj Ihi tftlu Ho 

Ladle, V Viurfi <fou Wii £ #iS u*n 

Lady, n. WOJJ $ « 8W ^HTW 

You«j|iady wt)J*nj 

Lady slipper, n. Win ifitm 

Lag, t>. ■■••Tti^ dtofhwft -dtoTl) iftfitatt 

Lagoon, n. ittt w ■ ■ fiJt n**w inu 



Laid, v. 


ofta uw £a^. 


Lain, u. 


oft* utw Lie. 


Lake, n. 


vi:i« mil 


t, Lamb, n. 


jn un: 


Lame, v. 


kiu itlta iHumim 


Lameness, n. 


rtoj tea illlkj 


Lame hand 


fit) itKJ 


Lament, v. 


foiV" r foj l(in/ ItwV'QilRy ftl 


Lamentable, a. 


fo fi nrai ifoj Is ita 4j rfSw vyiif t*n As 


Lamentation, n. 


nu flaul mjmfftmv 


Latnentingly, adv 


■. tau ftlynt^fi iffo 


Lamp. 11. 


jonfitii 


Table lamp 


nrifiw «8 


Lamp-black, n. 


nihwlb" ■ 


Lance, n. 


jtm won 0. uw ifaj won , 


Lancer, n. 


yiwtj tfi fta tton ^rvitin 


Lancet, n. 


fin tnuou tfwfti eh d fa tkvcuwWfW 


Land, n. 


^i fiu tfioi : fiu Ru 


Native land 


fiii tnu thu ifln ifiot'tttm 


Foreign land 


tkiYinutn 


Land, v. 


$uun « sin to sonftotatm*' 


' fy land 


trutifi 


Landing, ru 


ihvR arwrmfi -ihstmfta 


Landlady, a. 


tH^n^imiiih 



Landlord, n. 
Landmark, n. 
Landslide, n. 
Land- tax, n. 
*Lane, ». 
Language, n. 
Languid, a. 
Languish, t>. 
Lank, a. 
Lantern, n. 
Lap, n. 
Lap-dog, ft. 
Lapidary, n. 
Lapse, v. 
After the laose 
Larceny, n. 
Lftrd, n. 
Larder, n. 
Large, a. 
Very large 

At §T«* 
Largely, adv. 
Largenew, n. 
Larva, n. 



404 

mw i4l *&b* ta+r i^i no* ft Wn piu i flu vm 

tfftm winy ^i Ru wan iWiiau 

flu tkj & iaou vi^u a* nil W5 

W vi flu ni& ennj 

yvh unii njan 

nifen »jj thn 

ttem n*iaj 4i bbu r: i6u 

Vh Itfoou »: i^ Vh 1^f1ii« iwfo itiau 

fliii ejc« uu fl] uqu uu $1 acton rhm/ 

Wlfo trttJ& 

lift t?. ifo 4u ifaj Su • 
^runiniJn vi o*ii V' 

tfalti ibid 

flu riwmfi ii«3 my wiw riwurf 

tfojfrwftJtktnu 
Wl tw rtfw*m 
la nun 

tauftaiw nfin?n # , 

mTutajjtfi 

*U udi uuaj flu *) ( ^ hum fa itiu #&) 



405 

Larynx, n. |n mufion im my Uhj* 

Lascivious, a. 4^ tlirtlbtild foi »wi rtfoTnurei 

Lasciviousness, n. ana n'lilu lu fltti riiuvn 

L*sh> v. ^n jjfi liuu rift] iiion tuu 

Lassitude, ti. rtqj ?)OU ifldtKJ WUl HI ifol U TTKJ 

Lasso, n. ifon yi3 £ mm |fl ifto iftj a£m tfiw/idaw 

Last year f) na"KJ fi 

Last, u. yju yiu mm v°t l^Q^j ma 

Lasting, a. fo «^ 0^ (in ifoj (is tlT3J 

Labting happiness q% mv ^H mm tts 

Latch, w. $nnaoutlj:$ «trj ^j 

Latchet. n. WW jfi jm rfl ifan ^n JW llfa 

Late, a. l^QU tfi Wi 

Late (day) «nu # <, 

Late (night) nn 

Too late *ji ifa wailt] iifl^ Tjj tvll ttM 

The late WU $ 3W fltAll n& T«TU HU im » - 

Lately, ado. \u jh •] fi Ui v^i fi 

Lateness, ». ftlUl l^QU *tl Mil* sh tfi • * 

Later, a. iWiwft fftonWiwil (lll\IW4l«pn^W«l) 

Lateral, a. UW fa *| tfaltl Vm^Rl •) , . 

Lath, n. ^JIUUI 

Laffe**. ..- tfitarnfc 



40* 

Lather, n. y} mW y 

Latin, m mitf »:ftu * 

Latitude, n. firainfinm* 

lattice, ». • pnnro ». Vh idu WttJh wta *n wrw 

Laud, v. rniirftoj un yoi 

Laudable, a. »jj rtj ^: Wfiffinj 

Laudanum, n. flmoi&ii *cn mjuarfnuuBfitacoa * iflunf 

Laugh, ». tfiuT: tfuTCU 

Laughable, a.. 4ntlu ^i vmitfhre 

Laughter, n. fiTJ tf3tf"C 

Launch, ». itnftotwJi laouwifi • 

Launch, n. Jh) n aid: din *) 

Launder, v. *Hn1fl iSo tJi ifa] iffa)* <flf 

Laundress, n. $>ffjJYbmj iffUfl eJl 

Laundry, n. Yl iflftftJ •fffi c!i dl ^ *^fi liifi 

. Lava, tu fim firaiutwu ana fou ( iiw *w oon^ti 

Lavatory, n. ttel if TWfti fftl Will e^U fio H 1411 

* Lavish, i. Vfthjlii £tlj3JTfU Vffi^j 8TKJ 

Lavishly, adv. ' " Xm Vf tiu nfy fliiy Iflulli tkmfa uHtf 

Law, n. * ' njjmrra fa 

tJivii%r ■*•■ ngmjisj wfa m» urn 

Common law tttpWKJ JTBJft] 

Katorallaw njjronu warn 

lawful, *. 4i ifci rift] njpm h ntpasru tfyiym 





407 




Lawful owner 


_• ^wmfl* 




Lawfully, adv. 


tav ^in rfbi wt3j ngwjjiu 




Law-giver, n. 


^16 fwarnih)^R 




Lawless, a. 


qmjjj 4j1i1 woj ngtwnj 


oiYiwmj 


Lawn, »j. 


mmi v»nji 




Lawsuit, u. 


ftiui m iioittoj 




Lawyer, n. 


vino emu roJltlttt i fi«f 


TIVKJ 


Lax, a. 


4* WJBU OrytfJU flTJ4 


ll4lRhflfo " 


Laxative, n 


u^uoqw] yi jajiy 




Lay, v 


ofto uw Lie. 




Lay, v- Laid 


IV J1U xw «i oemlii 




Lay aside 




Lay before 


6uwo \lijjrifruo 


, 


To lay by 


flCflJjl3f i^U ffI»iA3f 


V 


Lay, n. 


«t|wa^ ifo uw him 




Layer, n. 


^ write Wrul$* 




Laziness, n. 


ami if^sj-s afa 




Laxy, a. 


iffy* flftu 




fort, n. 


arrfj uifryn 




Lead, n. (plummet) ff ** 




Lead, v. 


$jj rifa wrfft itn wrrft y , 


uejufim^ inm tlUvffi 


Lead, t/. Led 


\\h mid tfimft mg 


tli 51 


Lead on 


\Il VMlld 




Lead away 


mill my 





Take the lead 
Leader, n. 
Leadership, n. 
Lead-pencil, n. 



408 

oon mliltl rifm lhmJiltJ 



Leaf,M«, pt. Leaves Itjltf Itl lu ay* 

Leafless, a. foil) $ Itl 4j UttrWm Iti 

' * Leaflet, n. lu tl&3 Jfo •] ll^J R7BJ 

Leafy, a. 4j l&J $11 \l) 4j ft lu qua 

Leak, v. ft \$ l^illf 14*1 Otmltf' 

Leaky, a. Tl ftl^ 4* 141 *Z ftltf' 

Leakiness, u. R7&4 ft 4jJ 

Lean, a. ^U «BW WON litfl 

Lean, v. IQUJ tBU ft* fo M tnfl ffo 

Lean upon UBU fif 

leanness, w. RUN JU WQ34 RTW WON Utft 

Leap, v. nxXfi* njrW 4u 

Leap-year, n. d 6 Bln3JT« ft filn^lw 

* I TSL^r madto,u Vhto- traww Ami 



Learned, a. 

Learning, n. 

Lewie, m. 
Leane for three 

years 
Lease, v. 

Leasehold, a. 



4* £um «. Wffh nlhiimnj' 4*' itlu 4u*ntSI ' 



Least, <L 
At least one time 
Leather, n. 
Leathery, a. 
Leave, n. 
Leave, v. Left 
Leavings, n. pi. 
Leave-taking, n. 
Lecture, n. 
Led, v. 
Ledge, n. 
Leech, n. 
"Leeward, a. 
Left,, a. 

Left-handed, a. 
Left, v. 
Leg, n. 
Legacy, n. 
Legal, a. 
Legation, n. 
Legator, n. 
Legend, ».» 
Legging, ^ 
Legible, a. 



40fr 

Btln tftw tfiw $ w6i 

ivww iinftou m£ itan 

tQnlti*jTn uiltl wa^j fa\? jjoul^nli 
<im* inu mSo TIDJ $ ittfo *" 

T1TJ «1 T.t^'VD fiou ^illl 

B-fta im Lead. 

ftm vl 6tr«rr oanlna itlu &j A 

tfiumi *«ti fjy Wh 

nfa uw Learn. 

4i jn sfoi jfoj njjtttnv mil ngviuiu 

ffJTU JTBfll 

$~Vb wfiftn flluurmi tin ififtsf ivudlS 1# 
&m fltnu &cu i«Si da •) rtulil 

4j o'Wttfrra 



«Ur 



410 

Legislate, v. nlnjjtttmi OQflTig 

Legislative, a. 4i ^dw* t»n fljjiunu 

Legislator, n. RU w fo \u nm tfy fiQWJ"KJ 

Legitimate, a. 4i MU njJVftflU tt^.fSillWJfm 4* (fitter 

Legitimate, v. tfi Itf idu inu ngwnu ItMlpn iterfHi-fenjj 

Leisure, n, naiTtf' nina^itiftl. 

Lemon, n. 3^73 

lemonade, n. lf(fc)j fej tf\ IZUT) fill W 9\T* (riu & 1 Z&fl) 

Lend, ». Lent Ijft)*! 

Lend money Ijffljj flu 

Length, n. mwW) tillKlT} ATM fiflfiTJ * fmu&fltTO UTU 

Lengthen, v. ^l^UTjltl pioUWld lU-Rnhljf ifay «jl 

^ Lengthwise, adv. fflU W9 f)iu dlU ^JT3 

Lengthy, tt. fifltnjfcTn 

Lenient, a. ^1 jj U n^UT 

Lens, n. IBM lift mi um ftTU 

xLent, n, jyiwmj n"1 wjjwt 4iiwnn 

Leopard, n. i&o fit? mo insj 

Leper, n. mudutlfl &M 

Leprosy, ». W$QU tjfl yfifl 

Lesion,*, m* flmj flifcrtrm 

Less, a. #w ifeti rm . 4itfemai 

Lessee, *. f/lfettV 

Lessen, v. iflllfafcu IN m M itfu 



Lesson, n. 

Lessor, n. 

Lest, conj. 

Let, v. 

Let go 

Let loose 

Let him consider 

that 
Letter, n. 

Royal letter 

Letter carrier 

Lettuce, n. 

Level, ?t. 

Level, a. 

Level, v. 

Spirit-level, n. 

Leveling, n. 

" Lever, n. 

Levj', v. * 

Lewdness, n* 

Liability, n. 

Liable, a. 

Liable for debts 

Liable to err 

Liar, n. 



411 

uvimm iiMjflntffl tw^nrlifthiu 

na*5^: infanxi mftri 

tlaoti aa: wfa 

tlan 

U'lm to fiiwe/p i(\n fi 

ofiwj. wuSfto din 

warn anmf 

elri mn wdm 

UtM 31li iltlU IMJB rm 

ma ilsiu Uuajjo rns thin ItfaitJ fiuu 

invum"' trfa sbn 
f»mi »uin nil *| TpjTsu 

R313J 4l du ^: ifoj tffvi' RttJJ JIJ Ufl TIBU 
W0J 111 Vfalfi 



* 



Libel, *i. / 
liberal, o. 
Liberate, v. 
< Eber&fcion, to. 
Liberator, n. 

Library, n. 
Royal Library 
lice, n. 
Ijacense, n. 
License, v. 
Licensee, «. 
Licenser, w. 
Licentiate, n. 

JUt!ODti£)U8, a. 

lack, v. 
Licorice, n. 
Lid, n, 
lie, n. 



4^2 

nu tk^iu *u tfcarro 

thimi itHm da* 

mitJunitlStMiltlwi 

sj'ulaoi lisp 

rajthmota fmuSwrmw nu tfawm tltrfb 

wo wj: «tyf» vtiw . 
ofta utta fjOuse. 

to oynjTw nay u»*1 Itfthim 

fj'l#QYnp ^"oen Itj oyupa 

4ll)«iQU *Uld AUl H7TJ4 ift tftmU 

nntUTOJ . ; ' ' 

ifttnnn tfeu rfi tfU iff* ym ytnxm 



JLfr* Lied, Lyii%n^i iffo ' l**tyav**' 
y ^- La ^' yB vou Humi « / nr^f " *h *« 
Lien,** ; WM v .-■ > r" " 



413 

Lieuk^neral ira*4n > 

Lieut -governor dffa ijjqj 

Life, n. Live*, pi. $"fo wmof ft1tnd£M|8 fm djdR' 

Come to life nifb & ^n tin $ 

Lifeless, a lii fi $^Fl flj UU KMJ illfi 

Lifelessly, adv. tfiuljj 6 fi'ta tnttfcu $W uift 

Life-preserver, n. fc $ | f|"KJ tu VH yu n"KJ 

Lifetime, r*. *ft ^^1 ftiJll IJJO ft $*ta 

Lifelong, a. 4 J Rl 0^ WfiOfi T^W . 

Lift, u. tin ?i4 f$u un iwsjo wyi 

Ligament, n. IUQ ifSu ^J 4b ltS\l fa *fo 

Ligation, n. TTU ^n fa 

Ligature, n. if^QJ ^fl fa UQJ tfwfo $in 

Light, n. R7TW STW WmUn RTK lift* ark tjafol 

light, a. fc otm vi ill rm fi"hn }&Aj 

Light, v. J* "IttorBiarrii iniltfamj 

Ligh ten , v. Vh llf Ull $U tfl Ilf RTtt ««fa ifa 

Lighter, n. fio Jhilw fiti fhftfti yi ntifiyi 

Light-fingered, a. 4l fio\ tttW Ilil illu fr)^ 

Light-headed, o. fo|U ft&S 

Lightning. #. tfutti OUGtnw 

Light-house, m iwAwu 4 dm on rwrt^wltJ 

Lightly, adv. ^ Wi &U1 *| twAu £* ill U 

Lttt*,«. * **&m «ftfcRi. 4i i«i\4 iton rfU 



414 

Act like tf, iwjjou v^ l*8U ntJ llitp ft&! 

Like, v. «boli \«j 

Just like lauo nu w&m rm cthi ifcuj rfa 

Likely, a. tjj Tftugrw IwTuta oAfl" ntfu *»: idu 

Liken, v. idlliU 1*311 YTlW'lPttJtm 

Likeness, n. FQ13J fl^iu r$j MjlifM flU ^tl VVlli ffl fit** 

Liking, n. " f\m WO !«} R3T3J *ffBti *h 

Lilac, n. envj $ fi ii 

Lily, n. nu.mu nftj flon wafj hIj 

Limb, n. uii «m imu fto itiu 

Limber; a. 4Q WJ rnifcm «fo BfM. 

.Lime, n. \Ju thl ftvi UA JJTUll 

Limekiln, w. im iejl jju 

Limestone, ft. flu *Jii ft\4 Vfam tfljJu 

Lime-water, «. ifl atai?] •Ju 14*1 ^lu 

Limit, n. HOti nw iiflU <j^b ami -sinw 

Limit, v. £<inV £ AWM 

Limitation, n. «BO 4"llffl >$« *flU Trafimwfa 1U 

Limited, a. & itlvi JW fffffl 

Limitless, a. "Ul £ rtmun lw 6 l*W HOU itlu <htf?i 

Limp, v. iRu nnwan ' . • *■ 

Linchi, w. «» fa ^ 

Linchpin, w. f f> 'rfb f»rff>- \ 

Line, n. **» liftl tftflfa ~*!W*M tif) •[ JUifon 



416 

Lineage, n. Wnjlll 

Linen, «. ^ {j-^ 

Linger, t>. jq ROU eft Id ifiu 

Lingual, a. eta ^ u uw ^ u 

Linguist, «. cj"$0 nittl «1J •] Iff yf\u mwi 

Liniment, n. *n YH SJ1 Wfi ifio 

Lining, n. eJl d/ -fti \u 

Link, n. jntlf Wtt 

•Link, v tfiltFifitn moi iih* ww Iwpin no rto 

Lint, n. tJi if ia 

Lion, »<. jrflftw ftttTU 

Lioness, n. ftflf^fl fft itiM 

Lip, n. Ijj d din 

Liquefy, v. tflltffKRTtJ tflltfitta;) rj niu Ji 

Liquid, a. 4nwiM 4uw»llf 71. TO itta: 

Liquidate,!;. Yl") ItfiWRj a:»TU MS03J llfaanij' 

Liquidation, n. nu tvu a*ii RIRXI ■ 

Liquidator, n. $$f\ flTJ iflB tto fl*jj 

Liquidity, n. DITTO $ ittwlw* idu Ji 

Liquor, n. wih wm mtfi «v *j 

List, «. tiiru^ rw? $o ntj nu wcinru^ 

Listen, v. til i$0 ft* flrritJ & ita p jlj 

Listless, a. 1* ifou »mi 4*Ta1 iff h til 

LisUeBsness, n. ATOJ iff) mti ifaj 



Literal, a. 

Literary, a. 

Literature, ik 

Lithe, a. 

Lithotomy, n. 

Litigant, n. 

Litigate, v. 

Litigation, n. 

Litter, n. 

Little, a.. 

A little above 

Not a little 

Little by little 

live, v. 

Live, a. , 

Live alone 
' Live by 
Livelihood, n. 
Lively, a. 
Liver, w. 
Livery, n. 
Livery-man, n. 
Livery-stable, n. 
Living, a. 



416 

•nutRiw ir&jrfi '■ 
hi mm Iu'Vdi vniffco 

V13J3JI W4W0 flU 1 flltti £ttljj$0 •«]! *| 

ihn uali eh loi $n & aon 

tiatijj itluftyiw' «o ^tmntlu mw 

mjiiH"ifiwt1liKio mn 

f n won wfo fiiu WW imyj uu: t|u doy • 

tfa nultl tfti i3n ifoy 

$ l«u iStm ' 

fl a: i^n ti a: tla?j ro?j ^lii fIqu y!i 

4j £ ton oy 

Bf) fill ife 

$"}« tknBtj ifej 

nu wi j Jkjj $w Vhinmfta. 

Wb «ryn 4urh ( lu flltn ) ■ s 

ifo flOU Sill 

»fftw,uw rhufimv ihwfti fm 14" mr-fl tfuia: 

Xu jo mi i 



417 

Lizard, n. iftiftimnfi fctuJfotj tan finwn fygau 

Lo,interj. ^1U vfiwrcifp ifin *1 p tfta * ^ 

Load, n. w t^Ufl tlw du to <i fiwltf'mjn 

Load, v. TO! ti»T^n uift jj im vrtin dsr^lSTiuh 

Loaf, «, rfeti tiujj uujj rfou n&r 

Loaf, (away), v. ifc'tfKjlifttlflmBJn dami ifiti-S fiftu 

Loafer, ». ^ui iQi/tfiU ifm** ftlui 

Loan, v. \fc lif (jjj ». mj Itf'g' flu QiJ 

Loathe, v. fcflTBJiljtMlhsj Ijffi RJUj into di\L mau* 

Loathful, a. ht £ rwj influii 4nnau#i na"5 w 

Loathsome, a. 4j Uftfifl RTBJ ifiaufi na*3 $ (to 

Loathsomely, adv. Xm f1"JfnTli *&Qli lUti fftifl JiffUJ 

Loathsomeness, n. nmi inGufl na*5 illu flmi 

Lobby, v. tksti tbrii'SJ iwo Iw'fru!^ a3ui ibawif 

Lobe, n. nfaj flonltf' In $ 6u oon^LtJ liu lu p 

Local, a. uvU yi iftw uw ditia MV1 

Locate, v. «1 tllu fou oy " 4 f?iua 4 $ ■ 

Location, n. - tflU* i fiu mu ttiu Sow 

Lock, ». nc y us ^S u ^ un ^° ^ u WJJ uvwu w ^* 

Lock, ti. lii tjiryu-s nu foi tkg u^ au nojirt 

Lock-up, n, ttel ll Iff ifo* u1 

Locket, n. *& tfe« ne 

LockjaW, n. tjfl YI nVlnj fcl 

Locksmith, n. YW Ufil fit^ ihnif^ftjU* 



Locomotive, ». 

Locust, n. 

Lodge, v. 

Lodging, n. 

Lofty, a. 

Log. n. 

Log-book, n. 

Loin, w. 

Gird the loins 

Loiter, v. 

Lone, a. 

Lonely, a. 

Loneliness, n. 

Lonesome, a. 

Long (for), v. 

Long, a. 

How long ? 

Long ago 

Before long 
' Ie long before 
1 Longing, n. 

Long-etghUd, a, 

Look, -jt; . 

Look about 



418 
ffi jciTjJ ki Jim 

fhun gulj' Itftnlnw Iri'Wh 

q* Ji ftttn $J 

s^m nu ft ™ ms i?ivi fio 

iRu 41 Vh nmu *| tfil 1 jo i nil ifemi *Jl 
UllftUifitn 4iftivrita 
foJiini to ^itf! iWI diw 

tbimiutkifttt ikwif^iV tl * w 
mh (in tra ft uiu urn ran 
utu i-viiTj ifitwlwu 

tflUTU UTUJUft lifUffUUV 

on uiu nil 

aw mlau twin Irf tlnmn 
W1 UT3 rtw 8n void ifiiw v\u1 
g 5 uft rif* a» Wltl 



419 

Look for fru m m »fa wv 

Look "P imm m g & imw wfi 

Look behind iV ^l>? M $ 

Look sideways tfufigj 

Look through ^ ritMflfltll 

Good looking ^^ pp |j 

Looking-glass, n. nj:*m rim vnl? rowiw wcaiu 

Loop; «. tJM WJ 

Loophole, w. 71TJ ttU ^0 1101 JJM (iiu \\l J3 ttfo tfaim) 

Loose, t N jirVesn wftfoj dan idJfoi wdould 

Loosely, adv. I WW W»»J tmj 1&U ifio *tfm VKJ0J4 *J 

Loosen, v. ^jou iiff Vhltftwwjj 

Looseness, 7t. RT1J4 WJOU VlMU ti\tw ijfl Jltl 

X Loot, 7i. mrijnj •nr'ijjuit^ mrdiJli.wfiiirf'^ 

Lop, v. fa nu ^liTaJ* ifa con ifaj 

Lopsided, a. 4i vwn ujj ft vAj 4i ifiui ft w6i 

Loquacious, a. 4jflH JJTTI ■ 4l flfllij W WUfl 

Lord, n. WJT ^idtl l4i BISTSSn^'i l4l UW $ 

House of Lords tft}J djTjfJJ fyjliW? 

Lordship, n. tm ^fc UiJM tiftf\ §tf l«fc £*U 

Lorgnette, n. U7U m $ rfi Oli d?:mj JttJ 

Lose, v. Lost Ulf WW K1U th wrj tf» itej 

To "be lost ifaAduft wwlduft 

Loser, n. * ^U^ . ^A^J WW 



Loss, n. 
Dead loss 
At a loss 
Cause Joss to 
Lost a 
Lot, n. 
By lot 
Lotion, ». 
Lottery, n. 
Lotus, v. 
Lotus stocks 
Loud, a. 
Loudly, adv. 
Louage, n. 
Lounge, v. 
Louse, n. j?k lice 
Love, v. 
Lovcf dearly 
Love, n. 
Lovable, a. 
Loveless, a. 
Lovely, a. 
Lover, n. 
Low, a. 



420 

ami ifo wkj btw ynj vtkj inn yu 
iftti ttU? i 

tJj^iy^fiu ltf*mu eift itatunjif' 

k vnu i6u ufft TifTn ^m iwou 4* fi*fa mm 
^«o «u,. ««. tsifinu 

l*BR RT3U f1Q4 

mi <u nam rm Jitii Itftntj s*b oain 

ttiuV wtb: 

mi usn ju fa Imj <u nain rau *Uj rou 

tun vxft non tft 

mutft 

fil mw «"} 

4fti S imi ift ifti § inj ft w\Tn fa 

iwTj mi 

awof oillKJ imlwi fn W 

ffi \!h ante fn Ifij 

\Jita RraiJn tljdjifof ami iaw» fntai 

4 J J) fHtji fiqj «*: Tfou flw fnl^ 

tliwmn finjj ffr tmlw kurts *»: *»ou 1*j 

4i \ii fa ■ fm si ft 





421 


Low stature 


flJ hi ih i^n 


Lew place 


i$u 


Low price 


riFnpn 


Lower, a. 


pfi rm jSt m 


Lower, v. 


da wlau tf» ItfiSu ai ufi fit 


Lower down 


Lowermost 


aS ^i $rfl 


Low hnd 


ant^u: ftu $jj idu wijj - 6 fiu eh 


Lowiy, a. 


qrmw 4* ififi tu «£fl* ^i 


Loyal, a. 


ffnifao «o iwa^l ueiufiu 


Loyalty, n. 




Lubricate, v. 


Lucid, a 


«fiw 4j itfu flaon U ' ifi Is rrcj 


Lucifer, n. 


T5B WT3 141 ^ fl7ldjt«5"t \t UTU ttUJ UW 

r t i«a am tiia unj . irjx^ 11W1U 


Luck, n. 


Ill luck 


"titRfa 


Luckless, a. 


diwnnaTn TaiVinflrc/ft 


Lucky, a. 


fj sin iRrc/fi itlvi &na"«n idu njrr 


Lucrative, a. 


£ a a tk^umfinn £ flilj urn 


Lucre, r .i. 


flu ftVtnu rra utii $3 wa tiu irfu 


Ludicrous, a. 


tointfSire 


Lug, v ^ 


ftild^fm eon s*i im fa *| am -fid 


Luggage. 


i^ tioj ??iwu ifiu ?n 



Lukewarm, a. 

Lull, v. 

Lullaby, n. 

Lumber, n. 

Luminary, n. 

Luminous, a.' 

Lump, n. 

Lumpy, a. 

Lunar, a. 

Lunatic, n. 

Lunch, n. 

Lung, n. 

Luniform, a. 

Lurch, v. 
JC Lurk, v. 
X Lurking place, 

Lure, v. 
JifLuscious, a. 

Lust, n. 

Lustful, a. 

Lusty, a. 

Luxate, v. 

Luxurious, a. 

Luxury, «. 



422 

o'u ifou •) 914 n:Ri f u •) itfu fTUi iffu fcu fi 
nrioultf'wau inihjnfimjltf'mtj ou 

1101 mJu In yi Itfifin ahf (fw idu tfu) 
4j no'j uiii \n mtj iriru 
n*ou ^jj {In 
4j idu tfau -J On T 

*UFudutfi b\4 ^snfVnj Fm<toVia 

own ^ pidu ifi 

dofi 

dirnoti rfftj tffiwtu: ana aim § iw at&j fifa 

*mjj tan fh taw <f\ ( 4*bu iha qn mp ) 

pj lion flfKJ !3 y liOU *BBU 

^i *jf)j tiou ^i da tJ5 my 

wtu oifiy 4j £ iff oiou 

araitan rtw n« iftuvn 

Ifin fcayttiTtoufa 4i d^nou rffc iftuvn 

twnjdfafi flfiiwuirr aSifa 

Vh Itf wtau *m riu k <o no 



428 



Lying-in, n. nm nrfjJ J^^Ul Ml fottl 1\i fill flfiOfl l^lj 

Lymphatic, tt. ufa KflOfl tfl Ji iftfoj l«D*i isfataflfl *h 



M 

Macadamize, v. 
Macerate, v. 
Machine, n. 
Machinery, n. 
Machinist, n. 
Mackintosh, «. 
Mad, a. 
Madness, n. 
Half mad 
To go mad 
Madam, n. 
Madden, f. 
Made, v. 
Madman, n. 
Magazine, n. 
Maggot, n. 
Magic, n. 
Magician, n. 
Magistrate, n. 
Magnanimous, a. 



tw »faj flu tlu uii liw ttfamu ( m. tmu ) 
<ns ifiloi <h; fin *| 

irffclJ <flJ 

tu urumw <nj 

mo utj rm du ( Ihin win 4q ej'fln ) 

nan tfi \tm ^u 3J filnf tri 

uq n t!i i ■ 

idu di imj •ttold 

Vh lifdi tn\ar yii l#tji 
QP51 uw Make. 

RU ill 

83 vmmuJn i \i UQJ uum JU 
mjq ana uu nfl i4l ifiif . 
4j £i ta nft wi 



4SA 

Magnet, w. luiiflin 

Magnetism, n. >jn Vf UJ ) 4W Jn filtf^ ijfi \fi 1* flu &U 

Magnetise, v. ft liffl.jW gn «fo mfa 

Magnifiable, a. 4j tm ^; 11TRJ Uflfiall?' 

* Magnificence, n. rt&uwi roj Itnrytfi 

Magnify, v. «utny \#t« Iwnj Mf\ <JO IWUftftJ 

Magnitude, n. rqtjj Ntfaff -auifl Wjj 

Magnolia, n. #»on 6tn ifa Stti 

Maid, n. wriji am trnVfr yit6 wJimVf 

Maiden, a imrm^iro UWWnjJtft^ryfi 

X Maidenhood, n. n"D i itlu wtjj fro ulp& 

^Maidenly, a. aw flfj V\tynii mi Wl)J 

jftlail, n. mra n*u ot^j mjltlsfaitf' 

Mail,*. Aid mrldanfof Wltl YiAljatof 

MaU boa* fte iftaltljfrfk/' 

Mail bag y UltljRfCy*' 

By %is mail lu ifairifo fi tfiy i$w 4 MW 00 

jf Mailable, a. a* Wldttfflrf' 

Main, a. 4i itlu fo ilJti w Viih uk Wy 4 J sfonty 

Mainmast, *. in nntfiJ nav 

MainaaO, «. lutwij 

Mainspring, n. HTUlwcy 

H( Maintenance, « ^1 t3l^? iltJ) nii tffy ify 



425 

Majestic, a. mhifl.ah 

Majesty, ». rjYinrffifnymw un fiw^ whilta 

Major, a. . $j Wy nil im m\ n. utu waift imv-on 

Majority, n. #UMW p ifaiimil ITS) fl«f& «I"RJ 4lf UTH 

Make, v. Made Vh ftfil ill WH 4tt tfatntR) 

Make over ■ tifll^* 

Make-believe, n. tfj v*»Qn •) tfltlimu 

Maker, n. ^1 ^"aft? 

Make -shift; n, . "WW Uff **fe &J«UwVN5MT3 

# Malady, n. ^ ^JR mj$ fiTOJl^tJllw 

Malay, r. inn J4«T|I 

J^aiar, o. urif rapn Utfti lti\4 ItM UltS/ ' f 

X Malaria, •». l-fofio 111 WVfWf/W'A'- 

Malarious, a. 4* tJfyjn/faj llfA^ifa yi 4* iflun Ul£ 

Male, *. fflfrtf mw tf3 $" %$»* * B1U V • * 

Male, a. 1IW JWfl TO 4l l$Hl lift «mu 

Malefactor, n ^"*1 «U fmW e|?RJ 

Malevolent, «. $* 8» tltM My 4* Cj iilmj Jin IKJTUT* 

Malformation, n. tTB iflf) tf) QfJ mum 

Malice, n. tfVni ft* !%l OTOT} «W^ 

Malicious, <*. 4jBafiu ttffu&i sJlfHl 
Maliciously, odto. i«i 1^ fifi tlfM 

^Malignant growth WR i*B fo ton 

M-«guLt.'r, n. ; WW farm WWytta 



Malleable, a. 

Mallet, n. 

Mai tens, n. 

Malodorous, a. 

Malpractice, n. 

Mamma, n. 

Mammary, a. 

Mammon, n. 

Mammoth, q,. 

Man, n.*Men, pi. 

Man, v. 

Manacle, vf 

Manage, v. 

Manageable, a. 

Majaagejrent, n. , 

Manager, n. - 

Mancipation, n. 

w Mandarin, «. 

Mandate, n. 

Mane, k. 
Maneuver, 1 
kanoeuvre, J ** 
Manfully, adv. 

% Mange, n. 

Manger, n. 



426 

4j u«1fi y. itlu $]!#* 4 j mtitn 

4b nfcjn g] dim In p ttei nan * 

4j £i n$u fty nw '•' 

nu tfcw)S w rnmj 
iijj uum #i i$n -J V3" maim 
wh wojj mj 4$ Ji anyn4: m $mu uu 
i*M nsW ( uw *Bifi 4f?im ) Ut»n 
4*Wytn wao tlrancun. rim^ mdfittintu 
yflfia ^w u^uii 
«fo Vil ^ru <R mi i4l i 

\w nruus $o 

•A *w iw iwrlti nu ew p aa 

4j tffc hti uSru W* «fo iw hy 

^U F13QO F15BJ <A mi 4"» Wtfl $» nU ' 

$s\m nu §N a ei sj: 

nu tlaati *m vn& nu o\inn& lifytta Sri: 

rllffe .ffltJSrft] «p*- 

«3J no jji 

nu ibu wa awns 11 un tiw 
Qtin n^l myi t fercfn£i 
tsa 4 nam uw alrf 



427 



lie, v. 
[■Hie, 

ft ' "• 
giood, n. 

JlJac, "n. 

^ijfest, a. 

^Bftfest, v. • . 

-i'ifestly, acfa;. 



Vh l^«n nion wu tftj idu ^u *| 



inlw ftu eJi 



jfaffol Wtl R14 QfJ dm na"w 

Rumeirkj 

w. Iti 



sriw li^Jiifi 



uan flti R' 



Vhlw^:u43 tiring tk is ?ftfeni4l imwltf 



Jf^fold, v. 

i III -kind, w. 









iftaer, n. 
|,Vke manner 
liners, n. 
Jr v -of-war, n. 
;s lesion, .-w. 

V 



VH Yl IRSJj U\ API VWRJ UUU 

film BSJTJ ■'vhvhJ IWrcJlUftJ 

rvh till mfifm tru 4 Am imi riu 



fin Wij tta: 



tf$)?-»)J»»ff)aV)li 



f pi'jslaugther, n. fill <3n RUl^tlSWin Rmi Ufl UR14 






f I1F S > >• 
$■!$'■ - - ■ 

'jp ual ( n: I 

iRfjiufaiJtory, n. 
Jf Hiufoctiire, v. 
Iiufacture, -Ti. 
wrfc, n. 



c 



,fi^.w*nn5:uwuwT.i«Di.;. 
in w. awn enwjj 



wujIq r fie n^tivi ib 



wn .tiSolw Yh irsdj wis ~| 'inn 



its 



o .- - I a^ ^A 

tly- a "- 



vn Tim *my 



irfjbi *am y\ ^"i 



•nm iny rkj iR3QJ n^sn? 



4 






dy ( i*flu "tlaiwiii m \vCf\ 



s 



:+^-r#K>-<frm&&ZZK^- .-.«** 



<? ; . 

'"*£• 



Manuscript, n. 
Many, a. or pron. 
How many 
JToo many 
Map, it-. 
Mar, v. \ 

MaraudAr. - 

I 
Marauder, n. 

\ v.,. 

Marble, 

I 
jYllarch, n. 

Mfirch, v. 

Mare, n. 

Margin, n. \? 

Margin, v- 

Marginal, a. 

Marigold, n. 

Marline, a. 

Manner, n. 

Mark, n. 

Market, n. • 

.Market, v. 

Marriage, n. 

Marriageable, 

Married, a. 



428 

wmu inn mfort: iln 

n inn ud<u &n ri inn uo<u inn tvh 4 

mil waiy un inn ifm m? 

vh Itu^u mi Vh l^un vii Itfaimj 



iau\ Vii ms tlaii *roun 




mn to mu TTO 



iRQU vi mn my .fwnrjw i^iQVi mnnn 



\ iru wftiii <th ivri wfeu riu 



U1 83 A1IS 



tkj 



& JIF11I HBtl 



3 



uvw winy mm 



Itfawaowitlu tnii Iwiilii t 
^'inJenii nou 

RBfl AT) IJfM 

vi ifm fio Ivl ;nai&. 
itti 






ma urn imriu ftiFr 




• larttlr 



^ 



&r 



?>. mm v. 



\ 



L snnnj I: 



ir 



i nu ^ilfiiFin mnnw vtm 4 
As an iitmxi V-m<y aril fi arm nny'TU 
4* jj w? ual -*m fi ifiy u^ fash fi fiovr 



* 429 

| Marrow, n. jftA«j nj: p n ifi Q fjoulu fJJTfn 

Many, v. uffo rra'Wwaii imB un lifuhi nsnn 

Mars, n. ^-q rifa-g 

Marsh, *. VMBJ fil tlU $ Wfi,U lfilJ 

; Marshal, n. ^WfiU fiJIUW tlan Ullfit WVff 

*M*fshy T a. itJ u fo l w ^j fi fij ynn $ VW54 p 

Martial, a. uw mj WflfW dlU flTJ Afl 

Martyr, n. AU YIVj HTW WU i&D A7BJ TftJt) WJJJ 

Martyrdom, n. riT3 i ^fl-KJ rfto *nfiUl ^1 9\U WO CIO 

Marvel, n RTftjWnnVr 

Marvel, v. VhlttyiflTlta VWYlls 

Marvelous, a. itki vi O^wwfta Itlu i\ U1 lljr^Rlfi U 

Masculine, a. mm inn TPU 3J sfflWfU 1M1 1HII 

Masculinely, arfv tferratJ $fal aftyCtt inti 

Mash, v. fi UR ^14 t)QU MM 

Mask, n. will mn v. fta u"5 ifay wtll rnn 

Mason, n. *BTJ fin Pin Ifi"^ 

Masquerade, n. flTJ tlsifSJ Ryn tt"W flyjfli%ui fnn da OH TTKJ 

Masquerader, n. f «W fTKi dflOJJ na: sou wuiflin 

Mass; n. nm n*fcu R\i ilj^iii inn 

Massacre, n. TTff iintft «81 ftu W eio \m 

# Massage, n. rr» p wn ifio ms fhuntfiu uro mo 

Matt, n. imrttiW'&o 

Master, n trWTJtfl^l R^ VKJtrNTJlf i^RVHi 



Master, * ifnVttl %\£ *\*\tf iDT fi«: 

Master, <*. 4* lO"il«Ki UurVuaS 

Masterful, a. %j 3J aflWU l«BU UTU 1*914 *45 *SQI 

Masthead, n. ysn ijn nj: IW &Q 

Masticate, v. ipyg 

Mastication, n. nu iRUI D1WTJ *m iwan WW 

Mat, n. jao oime ifa snu 

Match, n. 'Iti'fald p DTJ grtnSJ E»H diJt) U»: UJJ 

Match, v. pn g aw r' jn ifoj n*u wnu 

Matchlock (gun) ( tili ) R1U ^W duttlJIHi Vf"ltf«jflll^W 

Matchless, a. 4j1*J jj wujj llh ffi l&fl 

Matchmaker, n. UU flB 

Mate, il ' 1WQU 8H4 WU r' ifojj 

Material, n. IRJtW fhmcfta tf&tH H* 

Materia tnedica tfmVton firJJWRtti in 

Maternal, a. elxj J/BM illu TJBJ J4W1 

Maternity, «. ?«nu fi two «ty RJ3n 

Mathematician, n. ^TUTnj Vto w«3 

Mathematics, n. >&Ufll flVi Yua*J 

Matinee, n. 8RJ i«U tfin tjlti »RJ ifk AMI %i . 

Matricide, n. JTI^ung mj *i NWn 

■ Matrimonial, a, tta mi uri* JTU 

Matrimony, n. n*ff um m rfu 

Matron, n. WW $b M WQU 



Hatter, *. 

No matter 

What is the matter 

This matter 

If the mattes 
y'Matting, n. 

Mattress, n. 
X Saturate, v. 

Mature, v. 

Mature, a. 

Matureness, n. 

Maxilla, n. 

Maxillary, a. 

Maximum, n. 

May, v. Might 

He may go 

May, n. 

May -day, n. 

Maybe, adv. 

Mayor, n. 
>fLord Mayor 

Me, pron. 

Meadow, <n. 
Meager, \ 
Meagre, J 



431 

111 idu^ In ii fil^tlmjin 

idling 

fmuftmfi 1u4ti.fi 

tfi m? idu iiiu uu 

i&D i&ti «nu em i 

$n ^nutrn 

Vhltfafin wubj Vhltfifin vww 4u 

iin ^rn 4i rjl nai ( du ioi 4i ihTS') 

rwr^n •ai riulnj ( mm: tm tm ) 

tta nstgn in nu \\: 

Am jjti Dtii* |ri othi inn ^i (if. 

imldl^ *jmj IwVtnld 

iftau $ tfl &ya riSntji* iftau wqfimflji 

won mnJS on s: idulifoftDlaJ 

nau i&m 

oltifi nnvim viwtnfl 

li in w wnji 



432 

Mcagerly, adv. \ m ncittofl njrmm Xt\v cfcn: rffo 

MeaI » *• qwtj utfj twin *j owu fiu wvb 

Mealtime, «. i3fi -| Jtj tlinrnu owe 

Mean, v. Meant ^^ V Tl fj Q fo WXJ y, 

Mean, o. w 4 -, ^j ^ 4W $ * n ft 

Meander, v. i^yg «ja ^ 

Meaning, n. fo RTttJ f^ ;#u lu *U mijj roj"KJ 

. Means, n., pi. yu ^*j Yb ir3oj iJarnou Xft 

By no means m-rflif mVl 

Become a means uJu itw liftjhfifl 

Meanness, n. rjtjj vkjTU fllSJ «3l*4 iR3 YlMN flnu wi «fll 
Meanwhile, I , . k . fc fc 

Meantime, j ' l ^l * ^ inwj l3 ^ UV1 HftCim 

^leaales, n. ^jr hr l^ifti 

Measure, v, ft) mt fiivmn 

Measure, n. ffn iflloj ft tfo 9131 

Beyond measare m8o iftu iflU jay 

Liquid measure iRfojfisi «doi M«3 

Solid measure jfa til mnu 

Long measure ifftfM fti UOJ U"D 

Measureless, a. 4ttfh4 ffto: % V 4l inftatfiu ^: tlwufllfT' 

Measurement, ru mj Si win nfti tro fw Bfl r'iuw ami nfil 

Meat,-., ifoArifithifciw ^l* 1 

Boast meat tfio flj 

Mechanical, a. UW >B1 H'rluJ! iflW nmlfll litt *| 



Mechanic, n. 
Mechanics, w. 
Medal, n. 
Meddle, v. 
Meddler, n. 4 
Meddlesome, a. 
Mediate, v. 
Mediate, a. 
Mediator, n. 
Medical, a. 
Medicament, n. 
Medicate, v. 
Medication, n. 
Medicinal, a. 
Medicine, n. 
Meditate, v. 
Meditation, n. 
Medulla, n. 



433 

J 1*4 1RJ0J Hfi «ffU 



*B"W •OTUTOJ I 

Tin nalrm <fa flu *\ >m Hfintrum 
fjn an fhuw riuj hou 

$^rt vu if.ui •bdjItJ fit 

un s: nau \u m 

ii n*fo mSti naou iff arm c3tu 

4j jj wih fi inatAna i\Ju nan: 4i oj nan 

ru nan ^in»#*lna 

11 w WWtf CJltJ >m uwwtf 

IplQJ U1 fa $ £ ROl tJl tJfl R3UI Vro 

Vfafftm yi iwq thtfttjR 

mi w tn fntntiFi 

4* au uuft'Ufl 4i tn tfn ^Tfft urt^ft 

tfiw (in nijnMM Si fa 
rnj Jifa Byw nu 8n nqnniw 
mo n*j lu jjHk iiw njinn yi3 
Medulla oblongata ifiu ri*4 R-JJD1 *rt UT3 ft J in llllAu flii ttRJ 
Meek, a. 4l tf OJJ mi 8TPW 4llffklJJ l$UJJir*i 0*1 *U 

Meekness, n. Rm ^rmw R3T5J Ofl \«i RTOj IRIWJ lS*JJj\«l 

Meerschaum, w. Am 0011 tftfl *Jin rloi ifl VUA VfrVh naOJ {Ut/1 
Meet, v. met rtU ik tfcw {ftmi £ flTS tlsr-jllJ 

Meet, a. *U MUX fit) ft 



Meeting, n. 

Melancholia, n. 

Melancholy, a. 

Melancholy, n. 

Melee, n. 

Meliorate, v. 

Melioration, n. 

Mellow, v. 

Mellowness, n. • 

Melodious, a. 

Melon, n* 

Water melon 
Melt, v. Melted or 
Molten 
> Melt mineral 

belting pot 

Member, n. 

Membership, n. 

Membrane, n. 

Membranous, a. 

Memento, n. 

Memorable, a. 

Memorize, v. 

Memorial, n. 

Memorial, a. 



434 

fro thr^w vi tkfw ujsrn fa dir^m 

4: Shad a in "U mfo ifm 

R31J4 VliJ'U V»3JW rJqU iff ft 

nu fi vh ttf $ $vi nu cJdu dm Itfitn uu 
w lifainu vh Itfajou w^u dim flu) 
RQTjj eou vbj ^n 

«fi WW UflHYl 

waojj ft^iti tftltfoouittfrcarinu 

fi$; a; 

itfi tifij m 

#mu Qtlu m aw my aunfir) 

nu fi itlu «u^n will fi u w iru^n 

160 tw rTHjF) utj 

rtU t^5o tin mSou m 6#i 

«im iftolj' itlu vi s:r]n 

w 4Tlf £ 4b j&jj q-j linngld «& m* utu 

yiw *u ^V* imm tlvi idsh 4i 4i4 Is 

tnw ft^i ita itlu $ 3^jn aujr$ 

4Afrta itJu $ «fc 



435 

Memory, n. WWBfjrifa RTftJ *M «h ttyflfi 

Keep in memory «ft nrjnW'U U *fl $14 1*4 

Men, n. BQn sin Man 

Mend, v. •BDJJ imjllffr^U lltiwifftjlw} 

Menial, a. TIJ 81 BttU vna BSJU til 

Men^nx, n. ;tJO tfil flrJJQJ fill 1*8 ffu MAI 

Meninges •»: WflflW J2JJ RTOJ Tl ido YU ATOJ llu 

Meningitis, n. fc ;a ClUfftJ dW i$9 t$il STJiOJ 

Menstruation, n. mj fa eft w»i 3J rjg ( im rift ) 

Menstruate., v. tflfl* 3J Iflflfl J]fl Vh ItWi taflfl r|J 

Mensurable, a. 4 J Q1S anttTJtl ffl m 

Menstruum, n. vn flJl^ntl JOltl yi 

Mensuration, n. >ai ft\ Wli VI flTS ffl VI 141 

Mental, a. uv\j arum fM R3TJJ fin 

Mentally, adv. IflU W'flmi fifl 

Mention, n. ttb QQfl ^0 St^ %Q TVfl nftalST 

Mention, v. flRTJ 3J1 HfJ"Q fa WJTCUl f^J irfw $U 

Make mention of 11*113 fai WJTU1 fa 

Mentionable, a. fa W53U11 fa AB itiy $li 

Mercantile, a. uw nu W"rQ*0 dill WD fft uw ill! fft 

Mercenary, n. ^itivi §n *fa a. fa iSu uri Oil $ •ttlrt' 

Merchandise, n. fti fft 

Merchant, n. fio rfi lid fft liTU tfil WlfllJ 

Merchant-man, n. fhflu IMJ^n $14 ftV'" 



* Mercifully, adv. 
Mercifulness, n> 
Merciful, a. 



436 

tmj tf-uiw R70J ri^ui 



Jbfilinffm baft 



Merciless, a. 
Mercurial, a. 
Mercury, n. 
Msixy, .j&,_ 
CryJor 
Mere, a. 
Merely, adv. 
Merit, n. 
Meritorious, a. 
Merlon, w. 
Merrily, adv. 
Merry, a. 
Merry-making, n. 
Mesentery, n. 
Mesenteric, a. 
Mesenteric gland 
Message, n. 
Messenger, n. 
Messiah,, n. 
Met. v. 
>Jfti!, n. 



tlr>n ^m rtbj rojui 

din tlnw 4* £i tfto Vh #kj iIjqii 

ivh (1 a: wh & wh uu 

n*» yry uts^ wa aw ato w 
tij ru **: Viw 2a mj ti s: *lfffi 
lu iron riium !Jbu dta ifitu 
\f\M Hum rtoj Iki & 

nu tljqrjj Run ru Bj 

i6b •oYla' nlti ww aw ifio h an ^ flalif 

4j ifKn nti iiio vfss ojl wtjj •sYU' 

flOU PT3-1 Ifl Iff 

fcltfJkM *fiW4TU ftllJBn 

$* ? w $^ Q fi * ■ & U1 
*^sp «nn J/**/. Tit uih 



437 

Metamorphose, v. tfilifatlitaii tyl thUfiaitJ gJ afifcW ltluSu 

Metaphor, n. fo nJ'fatJ lu ifrmwtwa 

Mete, v. W sn ^wiiiy mjj 04 fiui nwwi 

Meteor, n. mijlUfiu HMM ^ qflfiEHttWl . 

Meter, n. ifftmffl ( l-BU fiilltill ftl.lM 

Method, n. ^ ntJtJ 

Metropolis, n. m: uAJ ifioi V\83J 

Mew, n. &w njjg fcj ufl WX U3U 

Miasma, ». nmm *fa kiwj sti hot iwifi 

Miasmatic, a. 4l ififl^MJ QlflTW tf> ( l«BU ^IMH llfl ) 

Mice, |)L Mouse, n. «n vm WMU ffi ttty V&i 

Microbe, n. «f-| mn sfof tlsUJTfy itlu M^ "ttftfifl lift RTJ ^ 

Microscope, n. nifoj rqj Tiinu ^tl 

Micfdscopic, a. 4j i»&j n Qi'doJ Itn^w iwrj jil 

Microscopy, n. 'VmVfr'natoj TUTU yJ >M 0H* HM IflftfM 
Mid 1 

Midmost 
Midday, n. 

Middle, a. 

Middle-aged, a 

Middling, a. 

Midnight, n. 

Midships, adv. 

Midway, n. 

Midwife, n. 



Midst or nR1J fo^M* trwrnrw 

4: oy nan ihu oy nan mute mi 

wo itlu ttauicu hi wb mw tliu nan 
itaj 8v ffo to * 



fW m! RDM Y1TJ 

uwmtf yw Miff 



ftuaj: 



Midwifery, n. - 
Might, v. 
Mightily, acfo. 
Mightiness, n. 
Mighty, a. 
Migrate, v. 
Migration, n. 
Mild, a. 
Mildew, n. 
}U)e, n. 
Military, a. 
Military officials 
Military flcience 
" Milk, n 
Milk-teeth, n. 
Milky, a. 
Mill, n. 
M ill -stone, n. 
Rice mill 
Milliner, n. 
Million, n. 
Millionaire, ft. 
Mimic, v. 
Mitoicker, n. 



438 

oon sin mj/. rlia"? oiymw rtqj irujun 

IMJ H^J USJ tflU fhrfj 3JT1 
R7U1 AnUTffl P31JJ a^J UW 

ti ti rjYia £ rfia* 4: jtojthi Iwnj witfa 

Uf) tffy Itlu W3D 1 IfJ Qllfljy IJJQJ OU 

ms un ^y id ailwti lu wiua feu 

fo if nam Is a Ti j fj ??•&> qqu ar^jfl anltrtJ 

rnj ifw du n *u £m*u 

IITQ aw* i*K» eta 7\ tt*B «fi£o WWW 
HW YMT3 moj wis 
^ mrnj eliu mwu 

if) 14JJ t?. In vfi uu 
fm tfi uu flu urn *u 
, wu in uu Vii fl^u uS ujj 

IJHJJ ifllsi $ 0. Ili IQl W 

*ti tfi mo cjI £"wrfj* Tin iffo iSfo jfwtfji 

IITU WW' ^-ooo.oco 

jfc l»tTU ttmitltJ BUT* 

|f »*0 ifitJU RU l^UUtJ QIIH RU feu 



439 

Mince, v. fa w lt J u lfW llfo •] J&i W iflfom 

Mince-meat, n. fa fa laoun 

Mind,. ,.n..„ ^ai..^2BJjB-Jk-_J3fflfiD 

Mi&U>- Jlkii^jL. Jj&kiai 

After m e 's*efojL._ ^^ 

Have, a mind to _ dnuiii ..map q: .jjtfiTfl 

Mmded^a,^ _ jfoji Jik aufo 

Mindful^ ..~Jta.iail«a la '.. .<niiiul«L Jtat.jfi.la. 

Mine, pron. «oqj q^ 

Mine, n. $ yn a? miq' tio M tio 11TU 

Mine, v. ^ a? ^ «uu ^nn da 

Miner, n. Fm ^ ili Fill RJ tin }lfl riTU flu 

De,partmont of 

Mines and Geo-n»J jTfllawfh na: ^Jj^Yiin 

l0gy 
Mining engineer $"^TC"i 1W *B"W itf 

Mineral, n. Ili mji ili 

Mineralogy, *. *V81 ili 5T« *| *Vin tltfi flip 

Mingle, v. tin rTli i^o nu Fis^n inift iti rm 

Miniature, a. 4 J i$n rm MJUfn 

Minim, n. Win V^AT ^1 Wtf tn lllu WUW *| 

Minimize, v. Vhllf din 8 J VI ^fl 

Minimum, n. im fhu iSfl fl ^ff) a. 4l lllli R1U ifou fi ^fl 

Minister, v. W "fa Iff fo V^TO TO WUl flTJ 



440 

Minister, n. wwti tiwif jtuj* 

nieter of Just ice mUTtJ?) DKVIJ^ ywDJJU 

" imiTUfi ft TVB P»V djliYW 

imnufi muitjfi wn 
nu: ma #tdw ukw mjjj ( uri nu>k/) 
tfj oy !iu my dji/bu 4i tjAilV'ifoiJ n 
wjn RR5 *an uim niu tlaojj im: jjbjj wul 
^ai narmdtf wu atarumi 

utfi ttu v\uj UW iiiu »o ftua 



Minister ofEerejgn, 

Affai rs_ . 
Ministry, ti. 

Period of his M. 

Minor, a. 

Minstrel, n. 

Mint, n. 

Minute, n. 

Minute, a. 



Minutes, n. jtwtu *W WJ'RJ tiufin 

Minute, v. Vli <W WJW JiyJlU 

• Minutes of the labt > t , 

meeting WOTU ni ifc^J R» noil 

tflli Ifttitjn dun fa 

ma ri^ntf 

4i idu rnj ifiifatfw ipS tnymw 

Hurfiun 11m- way Wv iwtoa 

damou dfo MUI Sufi 

4j diwin ami €u ft 

&u iuRrhu mutn 4j idu $ $N WIU 

ita damou wiH utjj lidn ii " Ijj " 



Minutely, adv. 
Miracle, u. 
Miraculous, a. 

Mirror, 1*. 
Mirth, n. 
Mirthless, a. 
Mirthful, a. 
Miry, a. 
Mis, prefix. 



441 
Misappropriate, v.\tft m w ^/tfiti Or. la Uil'Hr.u RU R« 

Misbelieve, v. VWtotfl'j pr, rb u« 

Misbehave, v. ^ Qfl tkw)fl nulj pn 

Miscall, v. GunSn torn fin 4? 

Miscarriage, n. nu an gn 

Miscarry, t/. uifa gn an §n Ijjl^rnltJ P&Q9I 

Miscellaneous, a. pj-u *| ttft"K] odl! phj •) nu 

Mischief, u. ^ Q ^ ^ n tr.^5iu FiWinnriu Rmnlirpw^ 

Mischievous, a. *h ifi %9\ fry ^n iu [ fa 

Misconduct, n. insGw *' 

Misconject ure, v. q $?l._ Ii;.W?? 

Misconstrue, v. j4l IsfiJlJj Sifi. ;itJa Ufi BJBt 

Miscount, v. tlb Qn ifijljj pn 

Misdeed, n. tT'O €5^ 

Miser, n. RU flKWU FW IMKJ3 Dl4 

Miserable, a. Tilljj $ A31JJ fl«fi 4j inri« 4i li'i ffSlW 

Miserly, a. ttermu rffa $T,w\j iwdnj fto 4* wwti Ihi 

Misery, n. atbj mm tnn Figiu jjjvufiyriif flmi"ftl?l 

Misfortune, n. mj OIlWPl Mfl fkj njJU iBSTaffa 

Misguide, v. Ujltf'Tmt] LAU pn Willi <h ufl 

Hjsimprove, v. fo iflU fi ifa) n?n l^lWll^lJhi 
Misinformation, n. fTOJUQn.??. 

Mi8mterpret L t>. UlJa fln liiWutlfl pn_ ' 

Misjudge, v. ffafitt Qw TaAifttaTnintmj pn 



442 * 

g. Mislay, v., laid 7u£\9\y\ 

Mislead, v., led tfj Sfl Till tfllifttfiJ 
Mismanage, v. <ft nulw pn 

Misiwm^jK.^ imiMM si is M 

Miss, n. tmwyiara swill uumnjj (dlTajfl jrrfj) ami 

M»»s, v. wrin riu vnuld ifcufoi IjjVyi *-£)0 

Miss the mark ifa yj (hll) pn itfl 

Miss the way na? viTJ 

Missend, p. sent sb Sift fliyitySift 

Mission, u. 1 Win YJfl HT5 t^t tylW Vf 111 

Jt Missionary, n. fy ft /Id RQU »nplUl 

Mist, n. in* wsjQn v\wqh a:QQ4 du 

M !8t«ke.. ik. .took iWkLSfUiaifiM. . Jbi sm IftjQa. 

Mistake, n. m$ WR1W W!W .fifl wal *DQ ftfl 

Mister, Mr., n. villi, YITU ^nra S"HWVn U13J §Tfi 

Mistranslate, v. utla Sfi udaljJ pn 

Mistress, Mrs., n. U1<U ^WIJJ fl'l ill si WVJ1 UT34 ttrfjJ fi 34 »lfi 

Mistrust, v. liila" Is .a Ann n. rtbj ft/law 

Mistrustfully, adv. \fM ftlsn liiT,^ Is 

Misty, a. £flld ffaj WUOft Jj5 MlQfl 

Mlsundeistaiu^ ,tz*aillaJuD 
Misunderstanding, c 1 » 

n . ...... .-J ^Lmmilsm 

Misuse^a.^ .. ., A ....Jlstjglc JLuJlJtlUflSJ .miaa 

Mitigate, «, tfiufarlti Itf rekj ipi Vhltfateo at 



Ifitigator, n. 
Mix, v. 
Mixible, a. 
Mixture, «. 
Moan, v. 
Moat, n. 
Mob, n. 
Mock, v. 
Mock, n. 
Mockery, n. 
Mode, n. 
Model, n. 
Moderate, v. 
Moderately, adv. 
Moderation, n. 
Moderator, n. 
Modern, a. 
Modern history 
Modernize, v. 
Moiejt,g,^_„ _ 

Modify, v. 4 
Mohammedan, n. 



443 

4i tm tlu els &n «»n iflrii nuV 

fcj my (ton! rila 
g ^« hju ftau 

' nis ji wr «Kj Ti-ibs^rfi ttaifti £o 
mntnri&j rnrfe jfcm 

uuu ituu uwi -wm 

nrai fi wa flu «» \%i ifiu hum 
(fri™ $"it)u tfcmu In yi tfep Wij 
nw de^tfUma o\l*w ftifo W 

Vh I^wjj *n% flaytft Itfadii $u tail 
ynw jitatf i$tnj|»3 



tfwtlitro uilwjJ 



Moisten, v. 
Moisture, n. 
Molar, n. 

Molasses, n. 



444 

yu tfiltfidun form 

flrw $u ittan 

flu Wij fhwili un wu nnjj 



JsL 



ftu 



Mole, ?k 

Molecular, a. 

Molecule, n. 

Molest, v. 
Molt \ ' 
Moult J— - 
Moment, y 

Monarch, n. 

Monarchy, n. 

Monastery, ti. 

Monday, n. 

Monejt, n. 

Beady. ..money. -JfrLfiL&LJhljBft 

Moneyless, o. f) bi JJ fm 

Monkey, n. fa TfoS 

Year of the Mon- A „_ 

t key flron 
Monkey wrench, n. nOJUS IROU TO"** IRBuU litlu 1lUtfm"W 1 

Monocle, n. U3U HI *fa lflU3 ' 1J7U riwfu Rl ifiin 

Monogram, n. W1 Dflfcjllfi' ( A*flU S tl J. ) 

Monopolise, v. uft ifetfj a*i yn *bwi £ to u& ^imji 



4j djrriQu riftj draj-rcu 

nnyhfruuri sjiin ruu muU iminitiuw 

._mft_TLW_ai2£LJai3lL JluJw. J, mid ) 

tfa lfcua lfttn iwfci jSqu .11BJJ0SCL 

udu flu 4i jj rw:iJW J'fwou wqi 

ft) OTDfl BT5UI 
fUSUYl/' 

flu flu fin 



Monopoly, a. 
Monopolist, n. 
Monosyllable, n. 
Monsoon, n. 
Monster, n. 
. MoDfetroue, a. 
Monstrosity, n. 
Month, n. 
Calendar month 
Monthly, o. 
Monument, n. 
Monumental, a. 
Mood, n. 
Moody, a. 
Moon, n. 
£ull moon 
New moon 

Moor, v. 
Moorage, ru 
Mop, v. 
Mop, n. 
Mope, it, 
Mope, v. 



445 

tits yn Jha rfi oiStf In itu uri ^iiiw 

$"fo ^TUI^ ^f» fiU #) UW UR 0U At 
All UJ^rU 814 fuiDl t]g fiU 

opmu *w £ jl Iwcij ifm mum 

IwtL ifVu HV1PI QtldiWR 
iflOU UU f)TU ^ffa Rfl ma 

nu inou ^in ifiou 4i itlu nw iHou 

t»w m^i &i tnalftdu $ nqn 

4j $ tWttnnufo irrjn 

OTOjnf uw Is 

4j £ oiarcif diuu mi ownAslw y% 

jjferofo ^ ^. fe jiw jMv. 

Non ^in urn flmj au 
$ *qw to jiu 
ifa rfftj eh idun 



44« 

Moral, a. d*m WIN Tfotl WW utto nu ft 

Morbid, a. 4l rfttlM OTnVliJ tftflfi 4| rftatu mrctji* 

More, a.- fin UTfi fin itoltl €n t«Jl 

QncfiLmacfl jfcJLli&l 

MomjUlui. _ _A.nii ..-ion nluld mnnii 

Little m0r© ita*l\mtt.«fiL 

NoiLmowL thm iofikim J 

The l mors, .the bet- a a a 
ter w jjti Qj ft 

M.Qi».QVfiE^jwb^ maim A minifc 

Morgue, n. ^ U «W T) Wh *W 

Moribund, a. 4* *QU ^: Sli *U 4* lIHotJ ^: WKJ 

Mom,. ..», . „ igiuit J/>il. 

Morning, n. i*5l 138") l*5l 

Morphine, n, riii w^nwn^i rffc Bon «sTn flu ujj nh u fi- qqti 

Mom*. « A#4i_J^JL_Mt L<p»mniifco»fU. 

To-morrow, W^J U 

Tha_dajL_atouto-^ * 

morrow 
Morsel, n. $11 fbllfni ifeii i#n Q19H3 IM ifJn ll&tl 

Mortal, a. 4* rife} flTU lift) R7&J JJJtti: 

MflEtalit^a.. JiaBJJUSL.-JB m i Mftg fl iit 

Mortally wounded flf) llfcifl PfW Mi® fo un ft> 

Mortar, n. ttlf J WH jjutmutim 

Mortgage, t». 4Kh ; ^4lUlT3' 

Mortgagee,* jpMllh 



Mortgagor, n. 
Mortify, v. 
MoBquito, n. 
Moss, n. 
Most, a. 
Most illustrious 
Mostly, adr. 
Mote, n. 



44? 

flttj Su AMI $*fol ( l«»U i*B &h\i iwfi ) 

mji *;1b5 ui ifm *ur flu np/taj^ fe 

&w &*on Biroon imfj yw y^uft 

_ ^j ftm wun 4ydnAsafi! jimfte $* Uf> 

-Wjmi_p_ - 

SBW intttftdtlfl «* 
Moth, n. Moths, pi. tf jjQ,, ( flfo ^5 ^^V) 
Mother, n. ul ) uum kj^juO njajwt ... 

Grandmother fa^ nst%%m W»lmift 
Motjierles^a,.. .Alkilm^jrliHt 

Moiberlxjfe UMkyLluL. J tibuill j mftirmft 

Mothy.a. ^Jjlti An M* umiMl 4l Nf/Utf UDft 

Motion, n. m$ iftu tfnlltt ifa* film 1*1* ty tfi !u 

Motion, v. £fft.<tflfe Cft-tJs^jM 

Motionle**, a. fcoyfo 4f dm^n mwlro f arMfi 
Motive, w. IftflOtfni y»fim' R7ttl)J9UwW 

VsteX3&UJk-„ J®. WMlf: 

Motorrhffl»f^k^j^U#rf' 

Mould, n. p»fio iiTJti naotiinufto/ fen bimMj 

jm aim torn*' 
yifejwj nfero»» dV/i 



Mould, v. 
Mouldy, ( 



Mould (for type) MJ fi«tf»rttf$& ^ ffeaf 



448 
Mound, n, tfifl tfhl 

Mount, n. ^m iOu wi v. $u du nSu ipsj atnu 

Mountain^** nm fttUI 

Mountaineer, *. fl-fl O^j 1.111 *fflfi BllflKJ SHU 1*01 
Chamofmountainsuflg£ii«in uwill 
Mountainous, a. yi ii ni J4TI 

Mourn, p. foAtrtfb Ifyin'lf' Rwl^h JH 

Mourning, a. 'jprnf' l^fj/ f5nti 

Mourner, n. $mlitrTfl ^l^lf 

Mournfully adv. \tm uVUidu^mf' t?)SJ ifaiw flltt/tnn 
. Mouse, n. Mice, plM Vty fft.fty 
Year of the Mouse TOfl 
Mouse -trap, n. 4f6oi Ml Vty 
Mouth, n. dm 

M outh of the river tlm \h 6v d*irr ud in 
Mouthpiece, n. ^(« iitiu ^itlu dm iwm 
Mouthful, «. rti rtiwft* iSiidm 4i ttfaifji din 

MovabJe, a. 4i urAdltf' Ra»m umu na*ii nnon 

Move, v. nfitm fttfn ifi^u iaou lw gfi 

Move, ii. tru mfiou muaou idfttm fi oVW) 

passion 
Mow, t>. ift wrul viaft Vvrfi ' fiw wrfl 

Too much am iftuV 



449 

So much ifejl^jtoiidL 

Mucilage w. wv\ii nu iwaa •] 

M torane n!** 1 " A ^° ^ ^ U ^ V W154 ™ ow Q-mi * *" 1 ^ 

Mucus, r». iR dtan *] oan sn itio ^jj *au 

Mud, «. tflRU 

Muddy, a. uJutflRU dl lift: 

Wet and muddy rftan dl UB: , 

Muffle, v. amn ifaj rJii iftw 

Muffler, n. ifftm nft) ifou dl firftK flO 

Mulberry, n. ftft tfu W4BU 

Mule, n. ffafV) 

Muiti, ^re/ue. , l&Q W34 Hftl WW UTI fll fj R7UJ XI JJlfl fiflTO 

Multiped, a. 4j u i$S UTfi 4rft «14 am ifaftfttJ-m 

Multiform, a. £ flfiltj fl $J JTJ 34TO 

Multiplication, n. Ill §W iiUU §tu flTJ gm 
Multiplication 

table fWjttUM 

Multiply, v. tfi iau"g1 gtu foj *mR ihltfafi *WW 

Multitude, n. j|j Wj) ^4 flU tfin *nn nil liin 

Mumble, v. f p) lu RB Qtt 1^0 BW IB* (nu q* QJJ JWTl) 

Mumps, n. tjfl PHI |14 

Municipal, a. tllttlfllW UWWUtrto 4i ira iflw dn ftffl* 

Municipa l D ept. fflanfflWffina 



Munificent, <*. 
Munition, ** 






460 



Murder, n. 


rnj in *m 


Murderer, n. 


f«i flu 


Murderous, a. 


4i itermu rfaj U tinut in 


Murmur, v. 


ilu tin ratftj flti 7i tlu fijj di 


Murmur, n. 


iftwlmj itoh ( iWtaftii A imw tu iter 
i$b n£w nifa into ifio M 


Muscle, n. 


Muscular, a. 


elm ifio nihu . aw wfaj ifte 


Muse, v. 
Museum, n. 




Mushroom, n. 


ifU uu ifUtau 


Music, n. 
Mw»oal, a. 


>bt foi ith fin » «Ab» fmift ^taiyyti 


Musically, *dv. 


t*u tjj^iou rfaj ft*U« nunl 


Musical instrument iwo J 'la ff fi itn ifltaj f)U9^ 
Musical entertain- . * •/ a - ,» * 

!uent nu ili^iii u tin! 3i nu iflioi ficuwTmT 

Musician, n. *BU fifi a ri ith 4v mi#ft 


Musk, n. 


. 4 Wifl 


Muskcat, n. 


ifi TOM 5VI 


Muakst, h. 


tlu nu luir nib dwtfi 


Muakaiejfin^n. 


CIA UwIyKI 


tl*islift,». 


eft tor ifia tniim *j 


MnsftfiLflk ... „_ 


ttOU uwp 


Must, v. 


ifo* 4uthi -mdbr^iite* 


Mustache, n. 


mjwtlM4thn4fetnt 





■•* 48* 


HuBjterd, ji. 


.-_ttd(fl.MSKkJ8filil» 


Muster, v. 


hjj via twa idu m idfcn^ 


Muety, a. 


«1i iduniufc- ♦sfcntiuidtajn 


Mustiness, n. 


v .TVB&nfeti.tl1wn nu-idlwn 


Mutable, a. 


jihnaunaan Tjl Aw jjfiauwu 


Mute, a. 


Vf ». auTif 


Mutinous, a. 


4j fi \fUu 1UQ 4* 11U Infill 1Ufl 


Mutiny, n. 


fro unci k nfit wra fte imu 


Mutton, n. 


ifie iin: 


Mutual, a. 


uw rm us: n*u titm tin ItfriU 


Mutually, adv. 


ifaj rtu a» rfu tfcti ft no rm an riU 


Muzzle, n. 


dm uifa mi din n«oon flu jjou $ 


Muzzle, v. 


rat uou jn ijoti tyfi dm 


My, a. kpron. 


w cTii ibj *&im«fi 


Myopia, n. 


tjft m A W -m hi mi wAn*\u v\\fc 


Mymrh,*. 


SJPV UBtJ 


MyBelf, pron. 


-Itpw^i iw immi ft rib 


Mysterious, a. 


4itJj4jf«j $rtvWmn 


Mystery, n. 
Mystify, v. 


-ft qn 4* ^> fill jy* 4o 9«bjj & *yi 


N 


tTnwj^i •rflutTniriwmjtt 


N»b, v. 


muipiSai-- awtintnn 


Naevus, n. 


tifltim ifedift^ v 





452 


Nag, n. 


tfiifti 


Nail, n. 


iSStj £)q w^l 


Nail, v. 


ifo riftj w^l \*fw^ *fr* 


Naked, a. 


ulaou mu mu itlai 


Naked ne88, n. 


RTIiJ ItJaOSJ Itish MTJJ u4} Tffl 


Nakedly, adv. 


t^ti^bj^dw m 


Name, n. 


$o $0 1&UJ 


In the name of 


Htm In vbj mo j - 


Name, v 


IW tio Iw^o Itf WIN 


Nameless, a. 


4?llJ £ fo 


Namely, adv. 


80 31 flO fl"5 6 


Nap, v. 


UBVUtJ 


Nap, n. 


UU 0014 HW W53J 11VU cJllwjJ WO WH ttaifl 


Nape of the neck. 


. tfll FIO 


Napkin, n. 


e!i rtfo thn cJi iflti jjo 


Narcotic, n. 


tii 4i Itffiu ijji sji lif tmtttnu iiii ( i-audti ) 


Narcosis, n. 


rtijj i$B3J £m oil tlnng ujq pn sji ikn 


Nares, n. 


< BOJ^|ifl1/Sp 


Narrate, v. 

-up 
Narration, n. 


laiifoj ifhliffh *. 


5m -nuiiii3oi 


Narrative, a. 


iiw ftm jt3 ww ilm Gyitu 


Narrator, n. 


, $i*h 0di m^ rnj 


Narrow, a. 


Hfctj 4j ru imu 


Narrow mind 


U umi Vi «jw6 



Narrow place 

Narrows, n., pi. 

Nasal, a. 
X^asty, a. 
^/HNastinees, n. 

Natal, a. 

Nation, n. 

National, a. 

National flag 

Nationality, n. 

Native, o» 

Nativity, n. 

Natural, a. 

Natural law 

Naturalist, n. 

Naturalize, v. 

^Naturally, adv. 

Kature, n. 
Nature of the 

work 
Human nature 

I^Different natures 

Against nature 

Naught, a. 

.Naughty,**..; 



453 

ft fill Ufili 

uw sjin eta ^n^ 

ui matjfl ill 9«nfl ui mayn't mA at Rjn 

R31JJ ill ifiaUR 

uwj ms riiwfln vlti uei Ju diiintlfi in a 
djrivm mfi mwidttin nwp 
uw tjlu ijjoi aw inR 

«aifi 

uw iflot vn-idw gn tftu 

ifiw fl flU ififl fill J1U tJTU iflfl 15JOJ liBU 

4j idu mum 9\v q^I 

wnjfn uwtan - 

^WNfirtlira urn swl'iia: tiuiu 

ib i«Ji iilu wa iftm i^ttJi tin id^uu miH 

ifcaiu iflrj VUti aftwu: tfcwm unjni 
ikirm uw nu gaim uw mi 
wnxiduViyutf tflfro V RBR 
fi djtinvr sii* rifo 

■ttli5"i w djrtumf fclff 
fco fa -pn w 



434 

Nausea, n. anuifomfita 

Nauseate,* tfiltofciuDTrttiu tMtf*4ul? 

Nauseous,* tftauwriwu flltfufouftau 

Nautical, a. fttoib fi$ u uR j n q q ^ wjj 

Naval, a. Aifwdidu elfe ita uw flora. 

Navel,*, uttarcfto fWnatt §utfWi' 

Navigable, a. & flithw UfiullJ V 4l flo ifiultf" 

Navigate,**. ilh*Afi 

Navigation, ik n* illy fla "touftufiB 
Aerial navigation - >B1 iwaraupf 

•Navigator, w. £tflUTOj Vtt i&U flo 

N*vy,m wqMu wij So ju Yfofls 
Boy al Navy Dept. naiWfljfla 

Nay, <Mte. Tj5 IxiVi EHTtf tiu 

Neap a, dMifft Ufcti ^ f n ' 

Neap 04* ifinu fiJu.uVlii4u.J4in 

Near, a. toff wduW ifow lu 

Nearly, «fe. ifitju *3U *: ifioDi: 

Nearness, n* R2S4 tfifoifej MTUm^S.- 

Neat, a; RKftW AutjilKj 

Neatly, arfv. italfcmlbjl. IfW W* 4f| ftSJU fetl 

VMtaM**^ *p *»« v» to feu 

Neceftaariry, «fe. t*8 *tthi ItfV 

fTecemry, a. - ♦» *ft« n V 4bf dbraf Itflfew fTff An^t 



Beyond what fe _ , ^ 

neeeaeary ifiumj Jfiti 'RT»J UltfWR 
Only whatis nece*- U| | iqjrc * «j 1lt ] u 

sary 

Necessity, n. flttJJ "Tutlu ami tfeajpf flTWlfaltnJ 

Of necessity IflU 4mlu. tm* Tfi mi - 

. Neck, n. MO 

"Necklace, n. Any afoti ro tro ^n {}« yn fio 

Necktie, n. eh yn no dltu ifwtffj j»n no 

Necrosis, n* fiittj 9 iuosj uvu ifio uw njrjn ! 

Nectar, n. ifi d"BJt|ny' 

Need, w. flttli «QJ mi «fata 6&I mi 

Need, v. «ifn aru inn anau ulna mi 
Need not UJ *CiitIu UJ gfoi 

Needful, a, 4j am ms tii «3j s: & 

Needle, n. - Aj i&J wi 

Needless, a. 4lUJ rfblfTU m»D ifhj 4jTsj «tytlu 
Needlessty, «cJv, IfllTUj "hllu tfiuljjflmmj 

Needlework, «. m* tfiiMtltwj Aj. mutJu mwdn fou wit ^ 

Needy, a, 4* ^ W W filifiU 

"Nefarious, a. ifidu^iill 

Neg^ott,*. •fredgiw _ :*. 

Negative, a. &U flTJ llglRI 

Select, U fltfolaitn'UU lf|n,aKJ uouli 

Negle^ctfuJ, a. 4ufinmn utotrnwif 



Negligence^*. 
Negligent,. a v 
Negotiate, v. 
Negotiation, .ft, 
Negro, n. 
Neigh, n. 
Neigh, v. 

Neigh boiyfl- 

^eig^oring, a. 
Neighborhood, 1 
Neither, <u. 
Nephew, n. 
Nephritic, a. 
^fephritis, n. 
Neptune, n. 
Nerve, n. 
Nerve, p. 
Nervous, a. 
NerVele«t, a. 
Hervously, *f& 
Nervy, a. 
Neat, tu 
Nest egg, 
Nest of 



456 

$ jJn s: ifin mti ipiy $n mti ^»is 
'* dtfhfcn wit]] lu tp: Dili* vk& miu In 
mj i)t|nwi vn fj-j mj fin «n n^ «»: an a Art* 

HUD «8ll PIT TJlfi R\4 WJJ WX 
ifojj 341 j*BT 

;• _ *&, t?TU Inff*] ^ wo ijtu wiua ww 

i3J Vb tm filjj W Oil tftl IjJ \i \\l tfmB t 

wnumu 

uwltf ditTU wola 

TMiw "tfitkanvi 

Vh ttffc ti iriS an n^l ifa Itfnifa lu 

4i1j1 6 rtoj na*i inn tlnfl*nn aitoj ns\ 
Xm » n 4 au ^twu sr^5 Jin ^ 

P , 

\i lAeAfailu An Td tlaou ifa wo imlif 



Net, n. 

Net profits 
{Mettle, n. 
^Neuralgia, n. 

Neurology, n. 

Neuter, n. 

Neutral, a. 

Neutral zone 

Neutralize, v. 

Never, adv. 

Never mind 



457 

thl IM tNUUW Will 

tills fan fill* turn 

tjR tba utta dosj'tfi dnanvi 

Ri4 N Ul ifi tfi/Um Runair run* 

ifiw na w urn kiwi thim warn 

kHi 'ifa fimj noufimf amy "tavru at'. 

"Li iru vnlji ifiy 

muviifin 1*j uJu d:1j 



Never-the-less,orfv fil BSJIjIj fS 

New, a. Iwl WW fo s: 

Newly, aiv. i fc fl fl ft* J41 

Newel, w. mi nflil UW LM If) film 

News, n. t"U 

Ask for news tfOJ *Q13 fp Tjnif RU wi «0TJ Rm 

Newspaper, n. wMf) UQfl ■BTl ^WTOJtu infi 

Next, a, tfaltl mAtlfin. ataiiij finnlj _ yta'Sn 

.Next year U ll> 

Nibble, v. 4ft jtn an: . ( An iitv: ) 

Nice, a 4**tmta 4Et54 $ ' : 4nfymhl tljutift . " Oimi 

Niceness/n. UlUlU WHJUffelWi 

Nick,n> ttrtjfoi 





458 


Nicotine, n. 


n^i ^1 \frm iw\ \u *r\ |ru 


Niece, w. 


wnu.ro waiu wtj* 


Nigh, a. # 


■ ■ <4 Inif Ww|jurj i+siftw i+iW"' 


Night, it. 


M 6u xi*M 6u 


Nightfall^ n. 


»»1 FifltJ ri 


Nightgowo, n. 


ifco n^j ft*n utm 


Night-watch, n. 


ru €u vw nun ftu 


Nimble, a. 


toila j» & . 


Nine, a. 


«ti 


Nine fold' 


tfoufUini . 


Nineteen, a. 


ftu idl 


Nineteenth, a 


i $u iiH 


Ninetieth, a. 


^hffiSu 


Niuety, a. 


irti ftu 


Ninth, a. 


fifl . 


Nip, v. 


flflfUtn rffo IB1 8U i 


Nippers, n., pi. 


ANiSSni ilmflti uwuti 


Nipple, n. 
Nirvana, n. 


thn-MHJU*j ilfim trw ua 


£**nu w&JMJ$aj#u 


Nitre, n. 


HutkifoTO 


Nitric acid 


ninffu"tb:!h 


Nitrogen, ». 


iif 4* ifeneu #y ; iu tli:rj 


No, a. and adv. 


Til wfiW" Taj ia«j, 


NobiMty, n. 


arcga jww ^Ao* 



459 

4i du §n £t) nspft id wjrpift 

tliti rm^iduldna-w^u 4i oon w fin nauftife 
tftj *fi ictin ftfaz w^hWk (nKiiio uWtj) 
ifoj* fin njifln ifow So fij 



Noisy, a. 
Nominal, a. 
Nominally, adv. 
Nominate, v. 
Nomination, n. 
Nominee, n. 
Non, prefix 






Noble, a. 

.Nobleman, n. 

Nobly, adv. 

Nobody, n. 

Knows nobody 

Nocturnal, a 

Nod, v. 

Noise, n. 

On hearing a noise R& W§\l WW fin TO^n 

Npiseless, a, 

Noisome, a. 

fi* fin nn$n fyi tkj inn i$w ift 80 fii 
4j jj uri fo 

iilu an 4o uri 4oTil & ifS 
oon 4o dtan 4b or fa- 
ir* oon 4o nu *S fa l^irfu $ itlu mv 
^ ft i%m fa fl 111 nan fa 1800 
ifa tffa vitfi fi\ utlaVi Tju dgllW 

None, a. & pron Vfi (fin ^Viftl Ti] ifiu 

Nonessential, «. fol)J firsn fllflhj IMJ 

Nonfulfillment, n. flTJ ^illl d^nou lifohll* «u» ffajon 

Nonpayment, n. laVfrto RTW-lfttjlwliH*' 

Non^n^ n . nVbhdufai marina 

Nook,n. ^w^nwu .faitmift 



Noon, n. 
Noonday, n. 
Afternoon, n. 
Noose, n 
Nor, conj. 
Normal, a. 
North, n. 
Northeast, n. 
Northerly, a. 
Northward, a. 
North west, n. 
Nose, n.' 
NostriJ, n. 
Not, adv. 
Not only thie 
Notable, a. 
Notch, v. 
Note, n. 
Note, v. 
Note paper, 
Noted, a. 
Noteworthy, a. 
Nothing, n. & acfa/. 
XIooiiJotaothiQg.., 



460 

thu sn5u thu 

flui tojjfii itlvi dinpi atjj uuti osh 

flW.wfU BOH IfkjJ IW14D 

VTO Yifl IVMD 014 J41 ^Tfl m iW40 

vm fi* itfflr *o\j1u fin IWUO 
f»Fi nft «n muT iwuq 

UJ VH %Aft 34 W 31 ill lii 

ft lii uei ivii & d 1*3 Jiri tfa fi 

^flWJJTU WLi"«y NO ilju tflrfftj MUJWQ tJTTljTf 

Tjjft 3b iwwn5TJln» 

4 j sure s: idu ^ dKtw in *U 4j *u «*: 30 

,tl»i;1ji Trifle* •■** 

l^Vti fors 111 £i tls:^«gtf im * 



Nothing but , 

Notice, n. 

Notice, v. 

Noticeable, a. 

Send a notice 

Take notice of 

Notification, n. 

Notify, v. 

Notorious, a. 
Notwithstanding, 

prep. 
Noun, n< 

Nourish, v. 

Nourishment, n. 

Nourishable, a. 

Novel, n. 

Novel, a. 

November, n. 

Novice, n. 

Now, adv. 

Now -a -days, adv. 

Nowhere, adv. 

Now and then 

Noxious, a. 

Nozzle, n. (gun) 



461 

tfal hot itiu MU ilfi* 

r'i u% R3T3J TL ucn lu fjm vim 

tfa idu ^ rifcnn lit ou itlu $ tkwain ta 
!M 111 LQfl ti fa ;j4j rWIiI uon 
iQi itlu tp fftinwljf la In 

tJQn.l^f ii^U'f 

i&w fotm ift nin tib nfii (iwstc njctfimj'ire) 

^(D i«DJ jhttl t}"^ JtJl tJ"l^l5* 
UVHVWU W* VI tiip JSw BTWT3 

iiw rqui ity i£ui tojre ti^i jaiulfi' 

uilan W *)• ill Tfli 

ifitm ftu i8fi eJi^j mnt]w irlou wrjA^mtJU • 

Flt4 W Wl lltJVl RU PIT mf\ flTJJjatf 

tJF) ft ifc? ft 

Tpn 5t* ft "ta ttaytto ft lu sv»Hi ft 

VPM 1 $ W1J itlu R3T3***] ilk R& R3T3 



462 

Nude, a. jtlfay rn*j hJjJt drw^Tn 1114. tlJJ. mff« 

Nugget, n» tftiu m Gthitu i rteu Yim fa jn hu 

Nuisance, n. uqi ^ fia-jry in fc fi ft R1 nj fo 

Nullify, v. tio\4dw^ ^IWu^l'TVl^iiJuQiiiSn 

Numb, o. 4* uWrcm diu"« fan 

Numb, v. tfiljj l#£ih au f)TDJ l&n 

Numbness, w. FmjJTI tlrw^m tfTUIS \fa} 

Number, n. <iu3U NTfl tfott tfi l»«ff 

Number, t;. iRj rfiwiu 

KufletolfiiA.^- .— tlsmmflV flilqtfcinflj 

Numerate, v. litJ fftwufitutj^l utj 

Numerator, w. iai ma «im 4lU3U iWtt fbl4 $TffW 

Numerous, a. ItlurfCljnn flCfl/j ^ff) |i4 

Nun, n. 14V $ 

Nunnery, n> ihw WW $ 

Nuptial, a. itaflr^JW UfWfruljTWjWU 

Nurse, n. wtyt iHui iffn ^i iSyj ru mmr» 

Nurse, v. mntna iJkugua Itfimfiu 

Nursing, v. WUTtna RU tl*J 

Nursery, n. . tfoj mu jfwsti i?ffi *| #QU iJfoj jfallftmuJ 

Nurseryman, n. ihf { lift m* mx tlan i$w faltf mr **$ n 

Nurture, v. IffalKTr tf iy du/ Itftrtfclj ^u ilw 

Nurture, n. fin iJyi tliJ^i ttfafrroi nut i8o iflo -jpj Ufoi 

Nut, n. gnltfu^j utfu mi 



463 

Nut-cracker, n. 'fcjj $&# <hj ^nljj'utft fin njriYlX ltl|fiflWfl 
Nutgall, n. wnmft^ ™ " - 

Nutmeg, n. gn «m utfc "mififl 

Nutriment, n. fo fi tJTty ^Tfc tnvrtf 

Nutshell, -». idfon um aiifa iA 

Nux vomica, n. gn ius Vfotlu irijQJ «n 

O. 
O Bnwj § off lu ofrnj: fiifirjy 

O, inter/. p e T foj jf) WW Rgl3 j tlsmnipi Is ^d^tf o>r«wtf 

Oar, ?». 4W fiJJl'fltJJ 

Pull the oars $ njjito 

Oar, v. iwld 6 nniflinlt] 

Oath, n. ffr t]fjnj"ltt4 Rt fmn» 

Take an oath flnuia flQ 

Oats, ». i%&9\ & «ffOfl WW ifftpW 

Obdunate, a. U& iflM Jta 

X Q bed ie ji Cfi , , 1 ^, „ JB2BJL .lifl^CJHEJttLSjOH 

QbedienJ,. a. jgj) jjj jhwjJL-. J^ JiMJ55L&^. 

Obeisance, ft. ml 1RT3W nu UQtJ \foiJ D31U 

, Obelisk, n. BU*nij fan witiii p 

Obesity, ». tknou fai iftw: arm ami sju um 

Qbey f «. i $p ft* ' mi uou sy lu tlfou . dswqfi am 

Obituary* ik^>- Tninu JQ u^^pmL^mhi^ 

Object, n. 



ftinu^jwrm. Wf&ffti 



* 464 

Object, V. 91Q 71 *fo T!7tt Rfl RTU 

Objection, n. mj fio Tl R*i #0J RnTfl *DQI mj ■fti *B74j 

Objectionable, a. ag s: illu ^ «u> •BOJ AH fl>i ftl 

Obligate, V. jfaj ^i*tru ATIJJ JtJ Sfl *BOU tftatnu anjUpljy 

Obligation, n. mj sftunji nli mj wptu mj -siidu tnoj tfV 

Obligatory, a. fo ttanou jfa anyru: <iitlu rim tfi 
Be under obligft* . , . 

t i on 9n yry 901 0^ In nu wdu ukm pcu 

Oblige, v. -fils 9TQ1 Vhfcuuri 

Oblique, a. tfojjltJ Alft ai viruti! 

Obliterate, v. atiltffltlj Vhin*J 8J SU j*Oj au ?fa JW Vi\io 

Oblong, a. im 1 ^ jjHi 

Obnoxious, a. fun: in^un i?3 toltfaftaW ' 

Obscene, a. mnu «ft auin wjtuIru Arndjn 

Obscure, a. {in iSvj 13J flxTf) 4j JJ q:Tj UJ 

Obscure term A*WI 

Obscure, v. , tfi Itftjfl wild JjoAjj l$U "Ul JJ orTj til 

Obscurity, n. fir&J {in R^JJ 

Obsequies, n.,/>£. mj flfl mj mm Rttlll tkl 

Observable, a. 4j R» fo DU R3 ffJififl 

Observance, n. fT& ditfiry flTI fio wwma fio aViYia* *j 

Observant, a. ^ frViri JJ Offo «to fUMx/ llLflfl. 

Observation, n. m» $0 fi>»1 f50^ RttJj aV>n 

Observe, v. i#u ffririfi fio rflinsn { dii5sr.j 

Observer, n. ^fftnn 



465 

Obsolete, a. ifclwlfftn 

Obstacle, n. iVi y fa «n W niJ jf-^^. iW |j ^ 4^ 

Obstetrical, a. dm mj wpj FlJtff 

Obstetrics, n. >m iitrotfupj fluif 

Obstinacy, w. flrw $0 Rl 

Obstinate, a. $o w"3 iA Sq fhu 

Obstruct, v. d« yiu urn vm ifa <foj itFu m riw 

Obstruction, n» flTJ fill tfaj mil ifiu 

Obtain, i\ 1^ f fain' l^n JOU flJOU h Wf 

Obtainable, a, 4j iQll^ 1a Rtf "uV' 

Obvious, a. u% oy uri m <s: u^j 

Obviously, acta. Ifiu *: u«ft 

^Occasion, n, •BBTtoniPr fa 1W(I IVt^ flUttf RJT3 »J& 

Give occasion Itffl lomfl 

Occasional, a. 4l ith RJT3 "| Itlll fifi *| 

Occiput, t?. Km wfw utto ft&: Vfiu tiou 

Occipital, d. UW tffcj YltKJ 

Occupant, n. ^DTFlfo OjJ 

Occupation, n. JITC fillip flU llli ATI •] 

' Occupy,* v. iilvi^jr -fow Vfarou i-Sl o^ 

Occur, r. ithi HI fi itt liftfifl 

Occurrence, n. MJ 4t ;fift 4u 

Ocean, n. NWIlHyYI 

Octagon, n. J}1 fi fc Ullfl rffa 



406 

October, n. ift BU ^j fa Q^qy ^^ ^ niRXJ 

Ocular, a. M w «foy ^| 1tJ w -| 

Oculist, n. ^TWIfl) ta nu fflfcntsR UW M 

<Wd, a. ttevtitifi iU Taj W p tir 

Odiont, a. • winfojfl viirifojfi 

Odiously, adv. m]u ill infojn 

•Odium, n. flTOJ in^Ufl «& UVU $ihi RTUi filfam tiUTM 

Odor, «. nSu 

Odoriferous, d, m%i T)ku WQ34 $J 

Odorous, a. 4i£n&uviojj 

O'er, over, jw^>. <ijj tfa^ttl fiwltl twfto 

Ofpr«p.. 4JW toi 

Off,, adv. twin* «*¥i 

Source of itlu iflfi Iffafin 

Be off Itlifta llhfoj «wlthfoj 

Offend,*. VhttfaTrtta lifaifftuftttf VhQftfifi 

Offender, w» ^tfl Itfrlffa ifol ffti '^flfl 

Offense, w. firai Qfl rjbjJIu m^ Vhltft-iBTnj $ uiwn 

Offensive, a. 4* itltt ^i iflBJ til i6o 4j SlRTtlj p UMt m 

Offer, v. 'firm Itf torn jm lifateyfi'" uoito 

Offering, n. • tftiil ti7KH«6twyvi iwmyin pm 

Office, n. tflnu i^biwiimi fiihtn? 

Office work tnJfclnjtu mjtfctfli 

Officer, * WUIiiWjfftartJiWt* ifJmJfvw Wlmfi$ 



adv. 



Petty officer, 

Warrant officer;, 

Officially, adv. 

Offspring, n. 

Often, oft, adv. 
Often- times V 
Oft-times J 
Oh, i titer j. ' 

Oil, v. 

Castor oil 

Oilcloth, n. 

Oily, a. 

Ointment, n. 

Old, a. 

Old age 

Very old age 

Olden, a. 

Oleander, n. 

Olive, n. 

Oiive tree 

Omission, n. 

Omit, v. 

Omnipotent, a. 

Omniscient, a. 

Omnivorous, al 



487 

^i inn. tvi. j& 
wVshitm. \y\. «ft 
\fjy jmnu lu tnt ram* 

wait] *| vw rjo« *| 

tfiau isaj vnjJu ken Milfoil w. injftl 



"uiim 



a^w 



4j %i w jju itlu i£ton rill 
in 4 & $ wj dtfuwA 
uri im *Junw 
•nirnw 

msttiaiw 

ruu in 

jj:non 

mi jjinon 

m? <un i5vi a: ito 

un i$ti ifa im a: i&i 

tljintju rift tjvS eiymw 

d»imi rift >mu £ifc ' ffwtfnj 

4i IlitJjamuTjf'^n' asht\i ifttih own 





468 


On, prep. 


U14 tflJtJU 


On account of . 


rffti M{i h inn: wf 


On earth 


uu t>n vm Ru 


On the right 


•fill Till ifioi in 


On Monday 


liio fa <UYlf 


Once, adv. 


vm wfo $ muj wl ttfo mi ritm 


Once a day 


filflrVM 


At once 


fi ifctn Vto $ mQfi iftw 


Once more 


Snrfvuw onurovAi 


One, a. 


M& lft?Jl 


Oneself, pron. 


&u lit efam 


One-side i, a. 


<mt\x itiS to iflsn fhlfiwltl "fill vn 


Onion, n. 


WWQJJ 


Only, a. 


iiniuu im iih mm: 


Only that 


nni \Ki 


Not only 


mhri fiW 


Onward, a. 


■fawtfi fo$u 


Ooze, v. 


<u tiu $u i^l in 


Opal, ». 


Ipm 


Open, v. 


idn iciti uif owi iff* oon 


Op*n the parcel 


urfifa 


Open the month 


dlllTTI 


Open space ( 


$ u-45 row u4f 


Open the hand 


uuflo 



409 

Partially open liwn 

Open the market tmn ft*iP! nm flfrffl QW1 

Open to the view l^Jnng uri m idnlifctfu 

Opening, n. ^ «j w nu ttlfl IWU 

Opening events m &U fa iht •] «1 ita Ml 

Openly, a*. Juu *: U^l *tmj idfl IUU 

Operate, w. njafa, ^ 0Qr , mj 

Operation, ». ^TJ 'VHimj fVB ehrffe TW TTR] 

Operator, n. ^nKlfh f Vf 

Ophthalmia, «. t JR flu w1J j ^ Q U u ^jj jn «*l 

Opinion, «. r^j $n ftmi ^\i fiVSI 

Give one's opinion eon RTflj iifa won ami fin eon darciri 

Be of opinion iftu 71 

Opium, n. tn $u 

Opium Fanner if) m& tn du 

Opponent, n*. ^wq ^ ^in|j «ftl § dJ ftu $"tlfjdn&f 

Opportune, a. mj ritJ UM IVWX riu QR1 

Opportunity, «. wai «BOtJ tlR «DQ1 lom* WT> 

Oppose, v. 4h $11 if\ ^ t^wj ;ay ifa uw tif mil 

OppoBer, n. $"WB ^ $>fa *B7H 

Opposite, a. wj riU *ffijj 4t ojl wj vmi 

Opposition, *. mf^JTiKR nu fio uth ifw urw 

Oppress, v. IN iW n?l U tf\ OR «BJ4 3u 

Oppression, n. RTW 1JJ 4W R70J 6* tfft 1* 



Oppressive, a. 

Oppressor, n. 

Optic, n 
Optic. 1 
Optical / a 
Optic Derve 

Optician, n 

Option, n 

Opulence, ■*. 

Opulent, a 

Or. con; 

Oracle, n 

Oral, a. 

Orally, adv 

Orange, n. 

Oration, n. 

Orator, n. 

Orb, n 

Orbit of the moon 

Orbit of the suo 

Orchard, n 

Ordaio, v. 

Order, V 

Order, n 

BeautiCgJ order 



470 

min mSo ifiu itlu ^» nfi ^ Oj tfn 

uw in thu jn in 
^*hty iJj:?»Ttn 

-8U thrnoti 4AJOJ fn&n *"> 
no vi iaon iJu l# 
ptoj jJj u rfi ad 

aw dm ihnitlih 

nis uaaj few 4 nu uw li* 6 tk*pjj in 
$iw(fl jfuawATOJ tfrum* 

fft £ fo tfi £ warn riifo 

rii i& warn rfiT* toirnj utjtu jfrriti 

Tsuo feu fi 



,471 

rn good order tJjnR &JU K« ffl Qthl 

In order to ^ Q 5; ^ Q ^ 

Out of order la du fclfom 111 &JU SfKl 

Prderle86,a. VI3J fcuu fcy Wrafiaii 

OrderlessnoBB, w. axw ifoj JTlfiuu ifcjCJ fcu 

Ordinarily, adv. jnuj jjjliiliyu fiW ^i IflU 

Ordinary, a, &thl 1MJ snjJtJ fo HTH TON*! 

Ore, n. 1A J fi u 

Smelt ore tfj^j lli WflQN US 

Organ, n. foj mto fiXiX uw my Dim? my 

Organize, t>. ffj «fo e§ $u Itfft omiJ $U 

Orient, a. uw pifti OBfl d"KJ tklYW B& Qtin 

Oriental, w. iro tljtlKlfl flfa QQfl ehu flfo BQfV 

Orientalism, n. WJiliCilJiJ UW 1111 dirtfflfl nfii oon 

Orifice, n. TflTIJ llm \ lllfl «if)J 

Origin, ». |fa ifiiJ tyft'lffu Ibllifl miMflft 

Original sin tral an mwfln 

Originally, adv. lift sfa UW ifiN UP) iijn 

Originate, v. ItfatJu tfefltt^ flfl^SuWS ififl §U 

Originator, «. ^tlftfiyg ^fifl tultw ffta tt*g 

Ornament, w. HtM tkritJ IfkfM tkflU 8M »Ttl dfaflTK 

Ornament, v,' tkfltl ItfattJ 6 MP) RT*J ^ 

Orphan, n. fttmwfc mn$i 

Orphanage, n. til i^rfift rliwll irmu iltlt iJin imp 



472 

Orthodox, a. 4i $n rfiw msj ib tI5f4ti lu «n«ui fflmnuu 

Orthography, w. *ft Jj;^ fffmj 1# itlu fl*l JM 

Oscillate, v. iinillll anil Nl 

Oscillation, w. mj unhid jji msViQ unit 

Osseous, a. dimou jfci n::pn it»u wflnu rorjin 

Ossification, %. mj flRTll UTIJ illu flJtpn 

Ossify, v. n«"Rl idu nsrpn 

Ostensible, a. idu in UHfU lw"l$U TfJ iSfa USJ *fl>l 

Ostentation, n. RTil/tatw Wfjfl l?]t) wQl 

Ostentatious, a. iyQ v^Cil ItHm 03R ^TJ 

Other, pron. & a. gn fcu $*fm wu win milieu 

Each other ilri riyutfCfftl 

Still others flU QU Sn WR11I FIU 

Otherwise, adv. u«n sin tfi wi w Win 31 

Otter, w. iftuiR 

Ought, v. R3 

Ounce, «. itwun RTOj-mlfi- win e» tiro cio «rw» CUfia 

Our. pron. HW 15? «Sn {I I. 

Ourselves, pwq* not Mi itW 

Out, (wfr. 0P 1 "i wn - 

Outcast, m $*&* & V 

Outcome, n, 1^ ** 

Outcry,* _l*ttftjTpfvtf ifcllfelW-J 

Outer, a. JTO'^on tftf#n 



Outhouse, n. 
Outlay, n. 
Outlet, n. 
Outline, v. 
Outlive, v. 
^Outrage, v. 
Outright, adv. 
Outrun, v. ran 
Outside, adv. 
Outstrip, v. 
Outwalk, v. 
Outward, a. 
Outweigh, v. 
Oval, a. 
Oven, «. 
Over, prep. 
Over, adv. 
Ov,er all 
Overlook, n. 
Over and above 
Be over 
Overbearing, a. 
Overboard, adv. 
Overburden, v. 



473 

t« itu ms &iu 

nim QBn mi oon 

™u 710 itlu ffoui rc. am*i 

jj ai^i Su nil yiuWviu nri 

nw tfj • tfu vi 

^ i!b nil iftu oVin 

tfiiuon 

ifiu tfo nil 

jmi vian 

£ vfi vmn nil 

traV 

i*n tta «dqt 

ivrfto tm «fo uu ' ifiw tm 

•tisj tfa an vn 

srna fiaon tfiVltl 

in; ft "*: tfuna 

i6q m« i6q iwto 

fry a^ iSn u& 

•bu ivtt nn ^ wfa 1TO 

wn^intliCiuRj juV: 

tlU\in i£>! wiTn ifw 



k m* 

Overcoat, n. im fa mn fofo n ^ wtrn 

Overcome*, came^ tijlTJ tJintJ ifllWU' 

Overdose, v. t fi u ^ uin ^r^ l f| u BJUfl1 

Overfeed, v., led \tff\m nr\ iflulil 

OveAow, «. ylgjj M ft< jfa 

Overhaul, ». • j^ W ji *iau jtoj 

Overhead, ach. ^flo ft&: t fi 0J m 

Overjoy, v. Quri mao ifa 

Overlay, iv., laid da fe^jjrffa A nan 

Overleap, *. nfcUa TO|P' 

Overload, v. tfo^n VU ifau iftultl 

Overlook, t>. g ua nu nu wain sin RTU4 tfflfMI* 

Overmuch, a. vm iftuld 

Overreach, v. iftu flttlfiu ItfoJlutJ 

Overrule, «. tMl ma*0 iftu 

°T*' ,,, 't« s .«•_. 

Overaer, n. f tMi"ttlJ ^ mj. 

Overshoot, v., shot €i lay ifhi 

Overstep, v. «bijj will ffa iftuld 

Overtake, v., took, ^ * . i 

taken ™ .*» ™ 

Overthrow, v. ^tlifci ftttmcu 

threw, thrown ■ * - * , 

Owe,«. uluwfi "ftn fHi dliRiojf . 

Owl. *. unaim w>fn 

Own,* tffotu uqj *n%0. tfJmwmi. 





475 




Of its own 


*Uli rilWSS flljJ tfllft 




Owner, n. 


i«nw 




Ox, n. oxen, pi. 


fcffif 




Oyster, a. 


way vw jn 

p. 




P 


tfnw fi ©a 1\* afwn rifoqu 




Paee, n. 


itn wfo sh iif?i vAi tfii filtn 


ifiu 


Pacify, v. 


Vi i Iw'wutnjs tfi ufa riU • Mi Irt'emjfhm t 


Pack, n. 


m mis v»jm v\us 




Pack, v. 


nu i4i du v>o j& mm Hi ftu 


t 


Package, n. 


WQ TtW WU tfu^ Tim 




Pack-saddle, %.. 


wv vi tm^ n tm vim IP 




Paddle, n. 


wkj v. wisj fta jjy u*i 




Paddle-wheel, n. 


., • t, * * . 




Paddy, n. 


nn iiiasn 




Padlock, n. 


tpry**^ 




Pagan, n. 


F)U ttG jJ ISVgil 




Paganism, n. 


»?Vft f.a jj ipuw 




Page, 7i. 


wti miiiso mnri win 




Pagoda, n. 


ro^tf wcarpJ 




Paid, v. 


wars §i m ii Pa#. VfriiK 


Vfflu aii 


Pail, n. 


tW tfi S\. vV . 




Pain, «. 


ami i^u ibn flmmim 




Pain,. v,« 


Wtl BTttJ tbll U^tl U 





476 

Painful, a. Auim All tbfl wffl 

Painless, a, Tjj fi em tbn 

Pains, n. fl 7uj um fo ^ rtbj jriS tiir^i 

Paint, v. tnft Tlflntm laiTO $ ifau ttm 

Paint, n. jj-rj janu « wii*| jfiwllj Yll 

Painter, n. *ffTJ7Wl^UU +HYnft 

Painting, m fttJTinrikm $l ifau fnuRUTujJmn 

Pair, n. | nfo £. <f\ llf idu p 

Palace, tL % 

Boyal Palace c«j: ujjj jjvo raft 

Palanquin, n. rflmiu m^tJJ 

Palatable, cl ujou ftmt\ 

Palate, n. iwfmi din 

- Pale, v. Itf iflofild Vh lifft "W Ifl 

Pale, a, fo ftdtmai ^UW 

Pale .green $ l$W BOU 

Pali, 11. URI tJlft • 

Palisade, n. Rim mitiufl . 

Palliation, n. mi an wiou wtm cto mi mn iltinfW 

Palm, n. * Aflo 101 fio 

Palm tree ffcj «*ru' ^l m* 

Palpitation, «• mi ^i wq 1* i&i wj & ifiu otjjri 

Palsy, a. ^JB kll . 

Paltry,* *1b ^ ft iW 



477 

Pamphlet* ». mBfo fluifh tin tm •) ' mttito lu ill? 

Pan, n. rrm 

Frying P* 11 namr fhvtiti ticfi 

Pancake, n. wu riori 

Pancreas, n. |ft] goy 

Pancreatic,, a. dm rftJ Otm 

Pang, ti. RTtJJ {inifintffo 

Panic, n. rtuj a^$ ntfj ami iinn fcu 

Pant, v. nut) n. Is fin ilh mi ma \s & im 

Pantalo on, L -n. _ _ jnii im 

Panther, ». ifo fro 

Pantry, «. fibfclAfH own , 

Papa,n. fi»H WO rtlltfnlf. 

Paper, n. ncim 

Papers, n. miSwO fftffaj tfwfo l(3 

Paper* of a case thuTU BUJJ 

Paper currency lUlTw 

Par, n. m ffii ifnJQ fR 

Parable, n. ffl itllutJ fh plJjn 

Parade, n> mi iw fro uw imm tin ianu wni 

Parade, v. im <a raw im if} ianu 

Paradise,*. fflSSff ^uaJHU <U*| 

Bird of Paradise unniKttn unlriltl 

Paragraph, n. «to WW Im witfto WH 



Paralysis, n- 
Paralytic, a, 
Paramount, a. 
Parapet, «. 
Parasite, n, 
Parasol, n. 
Parcel, n. 
Parcel, v. 
Parch, v. 
Parchment, ft. 
Pardon, v. 
Pardon, n. 
Pardonable, a. 
Pardoner, n» 
Pare, v. 
Par«gorjc, sfe, 
Parent, n. 
Parental, a. 
ParenthesiSj % 
Parish, t|v 
♦Park, n, 
^ Parliament^ 4§v 
Parlor, n. . 
Parotid gland, n* 



\_ 



i7S 

f?UlW tttiJ4 

mfclin 

j*j iij iSfn 1 a*/ 

m whs fau w& 
mjj i*Ju aw uu: dtt 

vnfc an: tJen ffwfu i^im 

#34 re 1: untviy 

ilnn -idfioa 

dv» xiuitm Va'itln in wttlw 

4iw S m irawi iJJflm npn eio y wf 

irftmrnmnSfoito aiJfu ( ) 

<mfa wm $bs $ diino 

ymnu jniroj mu^ win . 

nmk^jjilrjfwi $\ tJj^jj tltjnin jrnnviwiuilu 

itei ftriim ■■■■*.: 



479 

Parricide, n. ftyaif] DU *1 fiffl WSJ 

Parrot, n. iin Uffi 
Parsley, «. . tfflTI ^QJJ 

Part, w.' atm fan ma umi uwun 

Part, V. 4IIJI du WW lllu KtU *) du lit* ' 

First part iKl nil 0OU 8N4 mn ttUJ 

Take part in i«Sl ihu rift] itfi rfftj 

Partake, »., took, >t , w .. ^ ^ * *. *. 

taken $ tffXi 5U WU ill MU llPl tfu ffiU 

Partaker, n. ^ifi ^y ^l4i $U ihu rffo 

Partiality, n. ' Rtt3J tfufiw 

Participant, w. ^i«&i ?bu efaj , 

Participate, -u. i«ffi ffou dfa itfi ffaj 

Particular, a. iaoufl fl t^U IWTE 

Partition, v. utll nu illil nun mi dl 

Partition, 71. fiTJ WW d\4 TIU pJl fm ^grfll fllWlfi 

Partly, adv. tllj UTJ 

Partner, w. i^ou tju IWQU § 

Partnership, tk DTJ I'D! $U R1 TO 

Party, w. nu tisi^fJJ fftuaff 

Pass, v. wlif IMJ WU WKjltl liwlll WTU 

Pass to «n lllu 

Pass, n. - fTOlintJ fllltftaliiuwfc 

Passable, a. «J ^:lll V 

Passage, m. tvmfiuifni f»Mi tn« JTIU 





480 


Take passage 


' ^atj jnu 


Passenger, n, 


^tnti fllU 


Passion, n. 


wwftrol* Wir amitiw: 


Passionate) a. 


to btujItw rn Jh tolutvi 


Passionately, adv. JnytjjttV 


Passive, a. 


iflmw imj *| 


Passport, n, 


>wMo tCn ftQJ flljlfa) ifiU till. 


Past, prep, . 


oftn oftama a. jtartultl iK* 


Paste, v. 


tlsajiy 


Paste, a. 


11 w "rffcj tlsnjiy 8n fej utfj idsjn 


Pasteboard^ 


"rmwiwltj tin 


Pastor, n. 


ofiuia ^itfi i Jin ffmi {Ji an: 


Pastry, n. 


ut&fta*) 


Pasture, n. 


wnji fhnft jfaf'fiu ^ wn]i 


Pasture, v. 


l#fiu wiji ioi wn]i Itf flu 


Pat, v. 


fin itn i 


Patani, n. 


ifioi ftnnifi 


Patch, v. 


iJ:cJi joucfttl: 


Patella, n> 


fifcj n irtJl 


Path, to. 


tiinllu tmu wri jjjjm 


Pathless, %, 


Tilfinonlta IwfiWld 


Patience, n» 


ftm fim ifaj *yfci 


Patient) 0, 


4* on ym • to raw ifiyj otln mnlto 


Patrtew, *♦ 


tfltiiutlfi% jfioiqafo.wi 



Patriot, n. 
Patriotism, n. 
Patron, n 
Patronize, v 
Pattern, n. 
Putter^, y, 

Pauper, n. 
Pause, v. 
Pave, v. 
Pavement, n. 
Paw, n. 
Pawn, v. 
Pawn-broker, n. 
Pay, v. Paid 
Pay out 
Pay, n. 
Pay-day, n. 
Payee, w. 
Eayeir^« 8 ........ 

Eaywiont, n, 

Partial payment 
Pea, n. 
Peace, ti. 
Peaceable, a. 



481 

iffa xftu iflfi ifiw urn* tlwYiw «dw £ ffi ffifc 

RTOi rUtJ ffl l£tM «KW RU JMTJJ ft\ Tift 

to 9« ryu i?io ga 

itn litit i |fji pun tii gnu iiej^, 

w^n JQ 

\J jfoj Sj tfto Art 

4ii2i a. ifiu win $n 

if} &m cfe vim 

^ fl flWUifll i o^j fji>nj flut) feu 





482 


Ikacefulnese, ft. 


RTflJ $1 ftttj iHltl 


Peacock, n. 


uny 


Peak, n. 


US* I'D! 


PearJ, n. 


Iii^n 


Peaetot,*. 


*B"Q tftu liOfl Wfl i£iOJ TIT3 UTBT3 87U 


Pebble, n. 


n*lm nnn 


Peck, v. 


3n . 3n fedm 


Peculiar, a. 


tfevunri 4nin*c 


Teddle, v. 


Villi 10J H-Ri itfill? 1111] HOT 


Teddler, n. 


^vnti urn i^iu J ma 


Pedestrian, w. 


^iflli fcv itfi 


Pedigrf e ; n. 


iii on uw 


Peel v. 


lion n. daan 


Peep, v. 


jjtM § » n § 


Peg, ft. 


|n arrin w^jn wan 


Peg,.*. 


dn flan im wan tin w 


Pelican, ft. 


un njqpj * 


Pelvis, n. 


flKf n tJUlOQ 


Pen, n. 


dinlri ifou mJ&o Ron 


Pen, v. 


*$tm *fi Ranis' 


.Pen holder 


fn ilmlri 


Penal, a. 


uwWriti wh^'- 


Penalty, ft. 


jina mj tl&^w oiopW 


Pencil, ft. 


'fiu aa jHii 



Pencil, v. 

Pending, a. 

Penetrate, v 

Peninsula, n. 

Penitent, n, 

Penitentiary, n. 

Penknife, n. 

Penniless, a. 

Pennon, n. 

Pension. 1%, 
'•} Pension, v 

Pensive, a. 

Pentagon, n. 
X. Penurious, a. 

People, n. 

People say so 

Pepper, n. 
» Red pepper 
% Peppermint, n. 
Xpepper-sauce, w. 
i* Peppery, a. 
£ep6in, n. 
Perceive, v. 
Perception, n. 



483 

ii5 ffe rtj ojj i tffljj inn ri nu 

v$ nVltJ win itflt] j^i ju tiu 4m 

utmfm uvidsj 

£0 wti- 

W VII! JHJJ in« jfatfij UTSJ NA&B 

"flvt d ifiy w3r ifiu tfunry 
titui Itfihj d IriTm d 
iknou faj Finw fin ifljtf pm 

?6n ma - y&n iiw 

tin ifin Hm 

n$ «:at«u otvjtj fllu rwstrx 



vu 

U^TTrTU 



484 
Perchance, adv. m $ fwh 

Percolate, v. ^n,, ftfOJlffoun 

Percussion, *. mi tTCIKjW rfU 

P«kct,o. ihA wutJtynu tft^nfl wmjlii 

Perfect, v. ih VtaflA iJfu tfiltfwjfUW 

Perfection, n. RT0J fofo fo j Qt j rqu 

Perfectly, adv. {< tflU JOU FiQtJ 
.Perfidious, a. njSff Bmrrinjnj 
•Perforate, v, \sx 

Perforation, n. nunx ^ mljf 

Perforator, n. iffttM W*C 

Perform, v. tfi tlcwtjfi 

Performance,** fta mi aw^Pittfo* 

Perfume, w. Jf won 

Perfume, t>. mi IF&M WBJJ ^u Ji WOW 

Perfumery, 1*. xtitM tfinoamJ*) 

Peguan, m mfo) JJOflj 

Perhaps, octo, Wlfi uonfiwll *$$. 

Peril, n.- ^dtlWXI 

£eril, t>. flfl qj 1w RTttJ tfu Hflto 

Perilous, «• iJta rfftj fmwtRiwni ' in mft sin 

Period, n, ift ma $ m» am nti: am ma aft •,* nwi 

Periodical,©. *4tkinni ok «8 idu m [wjw ** w * 

Pwopsteum, n t; rfo tro jjto ratfin 



Perish, v. 
Perishable, a. 
Peritoneum, n. 
Perjure, v. 
Perjurer, n. 
Perjury, w. 
Permanent, a. 
Permanently, adv. 
Permission, n. 
Permit, v. 
Permit, ri. 
Pernicious, a. 
Perpendicular, a. 
Perpetrate, w. 
Perpetual, a. 
Perpetually, adv. 
Perplex, v. 
Perplexity, n. 
Perquisite, w. 
Persecution, n. " 
Perseverance, n. 
Persevera, v. 
Persimmon, n. 
Persist, v. 



485 

wtu fiuivrcj 
foimirn)'] <Ufaii5J 
An hum $& a$u row lu •am ite* 
un& jsrun ifo iftu ifi mm 

nu un& twfo 

oynpfl 

umjltf' Itf" tlamjU*. 'lifoynp* 

k iiluffafinti $j \^1kiw mi fiti 
Pitt piuj §n fo flu mi 

UttJB Itlli flS^ltl tmAiJ 11* 

tfi Itfaru V)i Itfatfi ta inn 

R7I3J uru 

OiAtf'uan own 

nu i$w i^Sry -iuiw 

emjjwTniwuj N'tmnu 

ill jfaj R3TU ifiuj tfiTnu rtoj tw wu 

$n wifb 



Person, n, 
Persona^ a. 
Personal effects 
Personate, v 
Perspicuou.-, a. 
Perspiration, n 
Perspire o. 
Persuade, v 
Perstiader, n. 
Persuasive, a. 
Pertain, v 
Pervade, v. 
Perverse, a. 
Pervert, v. 
Pest, n, 
Pester, v. 
Pestilent, a. 
Pestle, n 
Pet, t\ 

Petal, n. (flowers) 
Petition, w. , 
Petition, v. 
Petitioner, * 
Petrify, v. 



486 

All tyflflS 

itfa iwaalm 

w \ • 

ifh *B3u initi naojj £&n In w idvi uu 
irlu tiro iiiu tow 

I old lli Yl"W ife WW ^TD VJU TJBtl U333J 

\frviM ^in vnj rh i!i \°Xmi sin vi v iiotjSHJ 

Ijfl W OTU fifllf 

inn - 

§u mil jts wa*5 n aw 6 i&ui 

nStj nsriltf 

Jjm ftwna ' fowfoijinif 

nwiu idu flu 



Petroleum, n. 
Petty, a. 
Pharmacist, n. 
Pharmacy, n. 
Pharynx, n. 
Pheasant, n: 
PhiaJ, n 
Philosopher, n. 
Philosophy, n. 
Phlegm, n, 
Phonography, n. 
Photograph, n. 
Photography, n. 
Phrase, «. 
Phthisis, n. 
Physic, n. 
Physic, v. 
Physician, n. 
Physics, a. 
Physical, a. 
Physiology, ». 
Pia mater, w. 
Piano, ». 
Pick, v. 



■ 4$7 

•Din i^f! 

, am; flu nu wv *j 
wsamw: wan 
Vll WW i^'fl ^1 ofc ifivt 
#J ma 

mri v&s uvafa 
sscuUfl 

^uuVotsj thutn 

iJWlSJ. WJO 

«nmj>KJi 
utto rw ma 

ifiu Junior ua: 



486 

Pic>, v. (of bird) $n fin 

Picking, n. mi ifitl JTWJ ffU iflu 

Pickle, n. ^nljj'ui! \A & §nltf>w lAtn am 

Pickle, t>. uTI Ji l&J aw ifoi di info 

Picul, n. intj 

Picture, «. ^| i$UU jj jiTW UUU WWW 

PW, « 1WJ ITW 

Piece, * rttm titru «mi w& tfU «6i Qu uciu 

Oat into pieces iff) rJU tfanm tfftitJuifitM 

Tear in pieces 6n itlu VttTU •) 

Piecemeal, adv. % arta *| 

Pier, n amu flu 6u ofjn lu mm im wniu 

Pierce, v i*T ^ UYM 

Pierceable, a. BH *: uw itfiltf' 

Piety, n. RTOi l^QU la k roanwui 

Pig, n. f J WJ 

Pigsty, n. lifylty 

Year of the Kg i nnj 

Pigeon,*!. Unfinu 

Pigment, ft. fr 

Pile, *. nw arfh Aj *i nn ftn 

Pile, v. T^aiJu no* i amTf 

Piles, ti.pt Tlii1filwi«n 

Pilfer, v. «ttlti iSfn *| llfati 1 

e 



BH,n. 


489 

tn din " tn $n natm in Bu 


Pillage, v. 


tlituttn uwirftaf 


Pillar, n. 


wifhm i«nSj yiu 


Pillow, n. 


WJtM. lUXlfc ItlX 


Pillow-caae, a. 


tlaon nuou 


Pilot, n. 


*m vli im «u tfi tw 


Pilot, v. 


tflfrlj tflYTO tfllt} 


Pilot-flag, n. 


w tfi iw 


Pimple, n. 


fc 


Pin, n. 


i^Su nan Aj t^ifi du 


Pitt, v. 


naVlr nifc ifai dta 


Safety pin 


ifodintj *im4 


Pincers, n. pi. 


ilin fa fa 


Pinch, v. 


ntto t^Hi & fli w€n 


Pine, v. 


^u would h. Hi mi laNim 


Pineapple, n. 


w» mjtJsn 


Pink, n. 


H TT5J fl 


Pious, a. 




Pipe, n. 


Pirate, n. 


W7H WfTfl 


Pistil, n. 


ifiunainnw 


Pistol, ». 


dy ifc fluM 


Fit, n. 


rv^u do 


Pitch, «. 


ito 



•14 



Pitch, v. 

Pitcher, n. 

Piteous^ a. 

Pitiful, a. 

Pitiless, a. 

Pity, n. 

Pity, v. 

Place, 7i. 
i 
Placet v. 



490 

oil iw mj ui tnam 

\h itSu § 

\i & fijijj tSu gi tlswin rtuj hjb*h 

Ami nj T tui wnu iflu |i ttvmi wwiwa 

£ ami tBU § pa mm fwmf 

filler Wl!" iQijj^ mT^f 
tftiflw ithim -wto duTd 



Plagiarism rt. jm sou gfn tlbll Hi eTou JJi ilM lllu "QOiRU 

Plagiarize, v. '®QLJ an tfau fU •p W ^QU 

Plague, n. Xm ifo niwtjR 

Plain, a. «ifa iliifj iTP Is \frm 

Plain, 7*. • ^mj-ilyu y*\k\ m 

Plainly, adt*. tmj tTUFi 

Plaintiff,*. \w\tf 

Plan, n. FI713J ftfl UUU Bin* uem <i BUiy 

Plan, «. fifl Biu m iitlLJ ueju 

Plane, * JlU Vltf 

Plane, v- Iff nu Wfr 

Plank, 7i. turmu r, jjrorfnu 

Plant, v. tlfn w efaltf ». sfa eJn wnfi ipiWvhm? 

Plantain, n. nifoj 





491 


Plantation, * 


Tj-jou tfonimi Tiui 


Planter, n. 


^iwirdgn ^Vhrnnwxdjri 


Piaster, n. 


^uumiufa sn^&dnuwa t?.W\Ju 


Plate, «> 


'stu iffow nsW. e 


Plate, v. 


nclvai ^tl 


Plateful, n. 


iefjj «*tu 


Platform, it. 


^1 4j tin $u iilu fa jimi 


Platinum, n, 


YIB3 *DTQ ^ 


Platter, n. 


-numJumMwij 


Plausible, a. 


WD fo UOU *U 141 l$& 


Play, v. 


Um to ft i»U «M 


Play, n. 


nu lau 


Player, ». 


flflll 


Playful, a. 


^SQU itiu- 


Playmate, n. 


• iW iiiu 


Plaything, n. 


iAoi iiiu im iiiy 


Plea, n. 


6m no utf dS 


Plead, «. 




Pleader, n. 


Pleasant, a. 


\ii Jn flftiTU 


Please, v. 


tojI* $nta 4uirru iwta 


If yo» please 


10 thultf^tk*. 


Pleasing, a. 


Atlu^TtQtils 


Pleasure, H. 

t 


fITttJ QU ft RTB4 UOU I* RTW tflufll 1* 



402 

Pledge* v. «h tf» tlfjnpw *ftynp w * ^ 

Pledgee, n. jf'fll 4nh \ 

Pledger, n. f4nh 
Plentiful, a. dfymf fi uin 7JJ Jim HUTU 

Plenty, a. jjm waiii arm pfiJJ 

Pleura, n ido ^$j rilU. UOfi dofl 

Pleurisy, n. tjfl dhiflru «txi ido ffa tin* 

Pliable, a. bou itrtUfl OEM 

Pliant, a. fo ffr W 

Plot, «. ft* una eiu 3r $ Ru 

Plot evil tloifti 

Pluck, v. ifa tJfipi nou 

Plug, n. Myn on ^ «n i!S 

Plumbing, n. ma too uflii mi tlflfD 1 JifJu 

Plummet, n. |fl 111 

Plump, a. i&U fi • fW $U 

Plunder, v. ^m tlifa utium ft to «n 

'Plunder, n. -4 rfl iQ"» WlV 

Plunderer; n. flu ft to ^ ro 

JPlunge, v., «JN ju xK Xw ff<: .ffa vK 

Plural, n. *$ fi^tf inn ttfW 

Plus, a. jfa umnji wnu -f ti?n 

Pocket,*; nasi tyliu 



Pocket, v. 
Pock-mark, 9. 
Pod, n. 
Poem, n. 
Poet, n. 
Poetry, n. 
Point, n. 
Point, v. 
Poison, n. 
Poison, v. 
Poisonous, a. 
Pole, n. 
-Police, n. 
Policeman, n. 
Police Station 
Polish, v. 
Polite, a. 

Political Eeonomy 
Pollen, n. 
Poll-tax, w» 
Pollute, r. 
Polygamy, n. 
Pomegranate, n. 
Pomp, n. 



Xmi * riuvf 



fc 



tfiw 
3W 



aw ft 



493 

Wnath 

uvi nam* mwif 
*tj am m naou 
uti naou mrrcf 
ft ft flJIU iluiu uwau 

♦ ^ IW tfil tfl Itftl ifoltt 

lu"aDU "bj'y-Q Ijii3 ad tin riu 

WR WJT13U 

amu wa nsiiTu 

•fa j lifathi in Vh lirtu raw 

mi i^fi ifonnWf Si ifaufou srnn uuu fey 

inwj ytjwi 

ibtj ru flu m ft uo flu fiimmi 

tfilrt'ftuafiuVtwri 

mifiiito jj-m 

Tit) flU €Jft TflTQ flu 

wwiwi ra*A#W ofiairf' 



pompous, a. 


494 

nam ah UTfi 


Pond, n. 


arn: tie 


Ponder, v. 


8fl *ft flJOJ 8fl ?1 ft* 


Ponderous, «, 


tawuhuiiu R°iR*aji4Tn 


Pontoon, n. 


Wraou fans? antuu 


Pony, n. 


tfuan iJiunatt 


Pool, n. 


IJO \S SP1 fffl i& 


Poor, a. 


w turns * inrr**u $njU o*u su 


Pool-house, n. 


tnniu 


Pope, n. 


?m dsnu frhirra nn asjcuOw 


Poppy, n. 


dnCiu 


Popular, a. 


4j tdu * *aou uri n^Qj $ nwp iioti 


Population, n. 
Porcelain, n. 


wa i£bj 

Ifftoi tffo TB4 Ot)"W ft lf§!W JIW*W 


Porcn, n. 


all V"B j:i6w 


Porcupine, w. 
Pork, «- 
Port, n. 




JPortable, «. 
Poster n. 
Portico, n. 


Bis «*: un 101 Itil^ 

vw tk| iwft urn milfi rtftr 


Portion, n. 
Portmanteau, n. 
Portrait, <* 


fljpm* $trw ^fl*T 



Portray, *. 
Position, n. 
Positive, a. , 
Possess, ». 
Possession/ vl 
Possessor, n. 
Possibility, n. 
Possible, a. 

Post, 71 

Mile post 
Post..*. 
Postage, Wj, 
PostagejBtamp 
Post-box, n. 
Posterior, a. 
Posterity, n. 
Postman, n^__ 
JPpstmaster, ». 
Eojioffjce,. -A, ...... 

Postmark, n. 



495 

mi aiu w uif jiu ifu tfii 

tlsmou ^gy £ o^' duriliw ■ itlu'w 

4^1 Tim ^3J 

ian wan ^wnvimj ItljsnUl' 
ttaft a«nn j:*j: vni 

fjntliwfcf ._Riiljfiw£fo 
ife asVtdjarfrf 
f'ldjaikf 

gfl MTU WuTd QtnflflOT* 

fluldsar&j' ^tfldjafru 
•eft) ifamflar Jtifr 



Postpone, r. 

Postpo nement , % rrc tfo lfo. fin iftoU nai 

Bot,7k w& Turtrn 





496 


Potash, n. 


ttffta 


Potato, n. 


jfo tfu nun Hu uon 


Pottage, n. 


OTWU mo ua Cn fa 


Potter, n. 


t» flu vafc 


Pottery, n. 


tfai HUi if&W flu 


Poultice, n. 


tn won 


Poultice, v. 


flu tn won won *n 


Poultry, n. 


idnlri 


Pounce, v. 


\f\r\ w:r^j 


Pound, n. 


'•A tfinijy mih «n rill* fo Ou dourf 


Pound, t\ 


rii ua "ptj 


Pounder, n. 


^ ill k k ifatfii ipu 


four, v. 


ATI JU ilf) VaOWl 


Pout v. 


Vhvtu*i& Vhfl* tfithnGw 


Poverty, n. 


ami tnn «?u su u1f tfti yiW 


Powder, ?t. 


cwutjj Ju Jiudu 


Powder, v. , 


flu fjnltfinfiufl ihlsfiafcuii 


Powder-flask, ' 


)-'«i nwtofiutfu « 



Powder-miU, n. ^J* Vh flu rfu 

fower, «, ., FffjffUtflj STOpfNli tfTMT^ PTynTW 

^ojnMfulj, a v _ fctpfS*nn A?| WOrt Q'p KXUW Urtttf 

Poweriees. a. riltftlli ft tpflflaj 6 

Pox, n. Small-pox d WW Vwflmf 



497 

Practicable, «.■* %j «j : rmhlrt" idu rfu tflltf' 

Practice, n. dj:tWtti Attjj isu 340 nnu 'faiTnj 

Portray, v tft) tf~. WU Vhltfau ihuiriJ iflU £ 

Praise, n. ^rn? p'lfrjji^nj ' Rmi un tiw 

Praise, v «3jj ^ fljjiflfru . SJQ IIP! dfM 

Praiseworthy, a. fljJfltf un dm 

Prawn, n. rjj ijj iY)a 

Pray, u. «Q#1 \M9\ 'dB OTPI . OEM 3fM 

grayer, n. ffi QQU 3QU ^QDtJ MM 

Preach,*, nrimii usniWJU 

Preacher, n. $UIW M5JJ llhllflH WJJjnfifl 

Preaching, n. nu Wfl liRRJ MJ34 

Precaution, a. FmjjJtft F.mi JHJfl 

Preceaej, v. , \d jfa lii iliu Til lil lh _ 

Precedent, w. " WTJJ WJjJmVjj ^ JJ J Ulft fi Qjl flOU 

Preceding, a. lin riou Ul fi RW JJ1 ua*3 

Precept, n. tfl ifajTi 8fl til fill R°l fi lllu R:ft flDU U 

Preceptor, n. ^flrnu $M!M fltm ta 

Precinct, n. tfiltfU <JVH>I 

Precious, a. jkifftj ^iRW «ri iSfl 

Precipitate, v. fiw «3U ritlu ifatmj f\iu 

Precipitation* n. DT3 «» W»TU nu flW 1u 111 

Precise, a. l«6W 4linx imj ifft WU 

Predecessor, n. $fH±in Ufl nou flu mi 



498 
Predestination, n. my mj aa ill 

Prediction, n. n-s tfiwti my ifiaMb 

Pr dominate, *. ttluln^jnii RJBJ RJQU b 

Preexist, v. Bjj m riau 

Preface, n. jnjtjiu #) «\h U1 fluiao UttlUWUf) tflUfln 

Prefer, v. TiOtj U & nil intw ajfo 



Pregnancy, «. 
Pregnant, a. 


FlJJjf 
^ ft FIHlf 


Prejudice, n. 
Prejudicial, a. 




Preliminary, n. 


8* fo ill ill mj tar^ fa $ jji flou 


Premature, a. 


ta ifta riim am »upi3j tfofin riou mid 


Prematurely, adv 


'. tnti ifc uh 'ft ifiu 111 riau riimifi 


Premeditate, v. 


'fiatlTmifilfritm nl Is Ifrmu mrui 


Premeditation, ft. 


mjwlta fina'awlf 


Premium, n. 


'tfunfantfo ftumtbynu 


"^•occupy, v. 
Preparation, n. 
Prepare, v. 
Prepay, ». 


i*o*i o^ mm mi £u 4 ' 


Prepayment, 9, 
Preposterous a. 
Prescribe, vJ 


4i eta liny 

$ tftinwtif Win 


Prescription, n. 


tfmfttn mnftmtfmiti 



499 

Presence,*. UTO DJ'lui tflilfi «7BJ 0<y Ipjf ( RTOj ^ 

.Present, a, oj| iio w* {Uytfe f *V ** "* 

At present ^fi u > { \ u ffoytto 

Present, t>, q^J all *n lf^<h uu RQ Itflfruri iJ^Ynu 

Presents iwrhfo toI* I mimAf 

Kot present tir <Jt «mfl q«1 

Present time Vu wfti t mj yifl 5ll fi 

Presentation, n. fiTJ tfl l^sn nu nu Itfiw 

Presently, ad#. tffl jMJQ tffi fi^ww 

X Preserve, m aqj tfiwVlS' ltf>j ojj tfiyti'o/te' 

y Preside, v. idvi tljmunaw r\ \lzyu tfapn nu 

)( President, w^ tfcmuikw ^riiiwu n*o am^itm 

Press, v. t3fa fa 6u nfl lum ijjfa taurm 

Press, n. WAffo 4MB J ftu . 105m flWJJlf ifltanfa 

'Pressing, a. ftm 5U 03U uh 

Pressman, n. All Ifrji ftoff 

Pressure, n. TTB fifl V 1TB It) fa DTJ nw «fu 

Presume, *. «mfrl ifius: itlli ft in V&JTD 

Pretend, «. ur,& &J *3Q Vfl it>U 

Pretext, n. iVtfl ^ HUTU 

Pretty, a, mi UT fh WQ.ft VUu 

Prevail v. UU: iiti RIOU h • itlu Wjj 

Prevaricate, v. n«T3 liui W&D *in rtoj'^ 

Ptevent, t>. ifal lira tffo *» *fa Boj ffU 



^ Preventable, a. 
tf Prevention, n. 

Previous, a, 

Previously adv. 
VPrey, n. 

Pnce, w. 

Price, a. 

Rawe the price 

Pnek, n. 



50 °, 

on *n tfoi rm V tfo* riu U V 

nu tftu nu f\7w Ijoj mi 
flS n'fm $ itlu 34i ritm 
nou in u*i ritm 
IhinitJiw oiwu im tinffti 

tf) info rwn ) 

tlKya nm $14 urn 

itnSSn mwjj *?. mm ifoj if&m wwm * 



Priest, fl. 

Chief priest 
^Priesthood, n. 

Prime, a. 
* Vf rime minister 

Prime of life 

Prioier, n. 

Priming, *. 

Primitive, a. 

Prince, «. 

Princess, n. 

Principal, «. 

Principally, adv. 

Principle, n. 



wj: warm 

nu tmi idu iwxaW nu fio mn arwu: 
idvi ifin riiimuj w $ n& itlu tfitfnj 

$ fii Su uriau f n JtiGw 

mnuu 

■topti *Mi tiuftu iwififffijun 

itlti tfi iii iiJu sfu 



Print, v. 

Print, n. 

Printer, n. 

Printing, «. 

Printing ink 

Printing office 

Printing press 

Prior, a. 

Prism, *. 

Priaon, n. 

Prisoner, n 

Private, n. 

Privately, adv. 

Privation, n. 

Privilege, ik 

Privy, n. 
Prize, n. 
Probable, & 
Probe, n. 
Probe, v. 
Problem, n. 
Proceed, u 
Proceed from 
Proceeds, n. 



501 

titiuif fWim myuif 

vifin 9\ fijjtf' 
ttt fluff 

riou 

$n ftou *?i 

fiu fjn man rrmrati 

firm on quti rtijj ffu fin* 

riTms bu •bqtj «jjjj watktymf f! un ijtt uri 



k fftj lis 

hot ruaV thivrffo 

iflu fii s: <$s $u fi s: «ih 

was utin iwu §n ^ffSJ nm urn wi/r 
^Uyk/ti *to ftww 
iHuld jji ligil itkltl 
ita . itkufaj ifinufl 



$8u 



502 

Proceeding, n: mj rf-uflu rfiiflu mj tlsrjfjj 

Process, n. 'JlitMfTO flTlty »faflu 

Procession, n. mj ^ 

Funeral procession ^ pm 

Walk in procession uwllJ l*iu •DrtiTU uflltl 

Proclaim, v. tjjtmfi ^ Win QBH llj^lTfl 

Proclamation, n - p*i tfcmfl mj twin " 

Procrastinate, v i6u *3i U9\ u tffl fa 

procure, t>. wiltf* vn'U' H3U UZ1U VD 

Prodigious, a. tfl tanj 4: idli £ VW"in ta 

Produce, t>. tfttflfr • VhU'lfta tJUfna iln 

Product, n. tnti aft grit umfrtiJifto Mf ei» 

Production, n. .61^ tilltfififl $U m WKU 

Profane, a VKJTl) #i TflTWTS 

Profane, v.* Vh Yin^U 

Profess.?. flo uoijftj ftifrumw 

Profession, n. m* U03J fo fio tfuiniw f)U >BimMo 

Professor, n. R^ 0"l«JTJlffltm>m 

Pi-otit n. tlili ik^tiim ua R*m 

Large profit ftiTjinn 

Profitable, a. 4ntlu tktmiif 6 iflfi tin 

Profitless, <* #fy£ fills 

Profound, a. <n #1 ^ Yiia 8n rfl Sfi 

Profusion,**. tltyrof mj \*f"t«r $fc itlfifil 



Progeny, w. 
Program^ n. 
Projjrese, v. 
Progression, «. 
Prohibit, v. 
Prohibition, n. 
Project, v '' 
Prolong, v. 
Promenade, v. 
Prominent, a. 
Promise, v 
Promissory note 
Promote, v 
Promotion, n. 
Prompt, a. 
Prompt, iv 
Promptly, adv 
Promulgate, v 
Pronoauce, v. 
Pronoun, n. 
Proof, n. 
Prop, « 
Prtfp, » 
Propagate, h. 



503 

tfajtlrw itajifufiltf' 

nis wtjj mu 

(in eon m ^«wn eon in 

itl\4 tfi ill r. linsW usj thi oonlil 
tlgnjTm wojuji <utftj tfhjnji R7UJ afajcjp. 

nu J)ou pfiuwui tu 
& vm nu au nai 

tin fci tlnmw 

nan idwiMiw fl* 

»»n itotij mj <^fitf mnu 



504 

Propel, v. Vhltfifiu tflte-Tj] 

Propeller, n. It! <fa tflU <flJ ify) folfl 

Proper, a tf-inftj fljjflff ttf R33 inf 

Properly, adv. tflumjFm tfKKjn sfawtf' «QWUp^5 WO 

Property, n. $14 TOiW illu HOJ $014 J«fi UBf ™ :5m? 

Prophecy, n. rti^uiu fflMnranf ^*fN^ * ,TO 

Prophesy, t>. tfj vnn imtj vfh V ' 

Prophet, n. $"Vi$ttTU 

Prophylactic, a. tfaj fiU ^in^JfiljlW 

Propitious, a, itlu SJJFJS 

Proposal, n. r^Uj ifiu 

Propose, i; QQf) A7IJ4 l$U tfelWff fin *DB ItMhlTCUl 

Proposition, w. 4b fl l&U Rtt R313J i uaw Itfatfu ii«fa 

Proprietor, n. . 1^1 T10J vi trai #.: 

Prosecute, v. ^rtoj tfud ftm nflTotvitt 

Prospect, v. 9\m f ftu Wl 

Prosper, v. <ulnj fomi 

Prosperity, n. ami <t3rj ilta ^ni rtijj aoafi 

Prosperous, a. ^i 4l3nj *tlu $* 

Prostitute, «. ttrfjJ ^ UWfisn wTji Ufljtmnift 

Prostitution,* fro pthviTU fll . 

Prostrate, v. UDU nu nnu RJ 

Protect, v. tiwrfu thy thjAl* nuvm 

Protection, n. ara tifiJ rTu R3TJJ #ip thp R3TJJ tin mm 



Protector, n 
Protest, v 
Protract, V 
Proud, a. 
Prove, v 
Proverb, n 
Provide, v 
Providence, n 
Provident, a 
Providential, a. 
^Province, n. 
Provincial, a. 
Provision, n. 
Provision, v. 
Provoke, v 
Prow, m. 
Proxftoate, a. 
Proxy n 
Prudence, n 
Prudently, adv. 
Pry, v. 
Psalm, n 
Puberty iv 
Public, n. 



505 

ffim nu vi v*j wtfh 

h ma $ fin fax sno x» 



51$ jfb MB HT5 mi) 141 
IWJTt iflTtyVlj ^1U4 N3t TO 

il^3 W iJJQJ TI14 

Vh "tart ron vh IMbu Is . 

Win fit) 

ami wna 

to 

tfjD^unkj inyrojn"tjm» 

nu vi tljTng un yrmu mnfta iwu uw uwrffu 



Public work§ 
Public road 
Publish, «/. 
PuHIish a book 
Publisher, ft. 
Puff, v. 
Pug, n. 
Pugilism, n. 
Pull, v 
Pulley, n 

Pulp, 71 

Pulp, (ptlm fruit) 
Pulpit, n. 
Pulsate, «. 
Pulse, n 
Pulverize, v. 
Pump, n 
Pumpkin, n. 
Punch, n. 
Punch, «. 
Punctual, a. 
Punctuate, v. 
Pungent, «. 
Punish, v 



506 

nu turn 

tlUU W«» WW WAN 

tiia ftw tta dsim* ikm« id« iwti 
ffi ftow cfoon mJHfo 

rnn ifh aou S rurmn 

ion an ion 

mo Ui In njrpn mo dow itiii unu.ta 



TfW«»J 

un itk wj fiu idu w wi itlu yw 

iiftw §rtj di 

fin tio* fin mfai 

w:' 



(tiiK 



wrtm* mIvw itntim 



607 

Punishable, o. {fi Yiullf R3J a/lna 

Punishment, n. ^vitt 0TTU1 HU tlftj lYlsl 

Pup, n. jn ?/uW 

PupU, n. lfn ihm flwf tJir^i m 

Pur, n. ifojj iiu; foi 

Purchase, v. ^o <0 TfO TfQ w 

Pure, a. UNJj U Uplift UT^ W3Jf) Uftftj piUMft 

Purely, adv. jftu \fiU WJfl q* 

Purity, n. flTOJ tlfyuft 

Purgative, n. in ClTU 

Purge, v. *hz lion ihu 

Purification, n. fiTJ tflfc *fa Hill 

Purify, v. Vhltftityvfi *5tj^ 

Purity, n. F1T»J tflfrtfi RT8j RDIU WXJfl *#l 

Purple, n. ft ihi 

Purpose, n. RTttJ nifc ftTflj M U flTUJ \JJ WJ1U 

Purpose, v. un«fo ^fiirwU uifr 

Purpoas^r, adv. i*U uife 

So ite purposely fo w $ ^ M tfj$o w fo tatJb wltl 

wrote a letter to 

Purse, n. 9* flu 

Purser ft & .mihnu siu mj 

Pursue, v. * 1» fl"»JJ ^ 8fl WUI 

Pursuer, n. {Jl» B« «*»J 

Pursuit, n. m^ii Rfl ma 





508 


Purvey, v. 


w*n vnlif 


Pus, n. 


ytjtw VMBJ 


Push, v. 


wafi wanlar info rm Itiltf 


Push on 


yi 1u in 


Push in 


t(ton tffc i^ inn my n i^> 


Puss, n. 


ujj? 


Pustule, n. , 


Ww: vmm ( Hu dl^mjfJwf) 


Put, v. 


\n rul^ , *8lj" 


Put around 


twn fit: Wu a&: 


i. away 


Wli* ifftilfr 3tiT,3t wdtnmn 


.» by 


tfn yon 


„ down 


tiojj -dam TMM 


„ „ (name) 


aiTio 


Put ofT(to-raorro w) eft lifafiu tfl itf QU cftlld 


„ on 


amiU wi u&i Wn 


„ out 


la i^y ifo ( 1*1 ) 


„ forth 


IMJUfi 


„ forward 


6u B*1l 


*„ to (work) 


Vf 1# ( vh nu ) 


„ together 


wrjj ilnfil ino j»jf&. 


„ up with 


YIV4 on YIU 


Putrid, a. 


imft itllw 


Putty, n. 


*fa ui urn 


Puzzle, v. 


wu ta 





509 


Pyramid, n. 


wfaf mrtijwf 


Byre, n. 


Q 


Q 


tJnw fi «e»lu rihu: ritnqw 


Quack, n. 


i«sji am emu d* W34D may rfflfi 


Quackery, n. 


ms t]j:«r|£ iw raio may rfhw 


Quadrant, n. 


iau^ vuii nm w nau irIoj fa uftn 


Quadrangle, n. 


^1 & WSttll N>jfc 


Quadruped, n. 


ifaf 6 ivn <yxxm 


Quadruple, v. 


IQl fl §UA jfJWTI 8 gw 


Quadruple, a. 


ft mi §cu rifo a 


Quaff, » 


fib 


Quail, a. 


un nam 


Quaint, a. 


otin^witu irii iitlun 


Quake, v. 


ffti atmou \va 



Quake, n. 
Qualitictftien, n. 

Qualify, t?. 

Quality, n. 



wan <*iu iAim wuiy 



lihwic win 



Quantity, n. 
Quarantine, n. 
Quar. Station - 
Quarrel, v. 
Quarrelsome, a. 



4twu uinfi urn ifiiti 
nu rtn fauwo mw^jh 
riiu tin* riutia 
max Toro ffa Tam 
frm wax tfn *fcw rto 



l 



610 

Quarry, n. tla iii ^ jw flu 

Quarter, ». wfo oi \u ft abu HOI ilhn ^1 ifh 

Quarter, v. ttduilu & fbu ltftl ii Wfl 

Quarterly, a. $ tion RHJJ lfitm nil W& 

Queen, n. muff* tiTMinft WJrtOTflXCiwft 

Queen (in chess) ffi ^IU (wJJTfi Jfl) 

Queer, a. l"u *3QU na 

Quell, v. dn Ami i&u x!h itsttj 

* Quench, v. ritj Vh l^srnj a* utfrwrwu 

Query, n. tf 1 fliJJ 

Quest, n. RTBJ urns vn 

Question, n. tirum •& rituvn ril tnjj 

Question, v. ant! tnjj wfjmij ^fii Vlililw iS {Imw 

Question the wit- fa nym 

ness , yi 

Questionable, a. W W UTCJ 

Quibble, v. .flfl Wfl'n litl* flft itlu ffTUTU 

Quick, a. ftl? itwla nu-Jh 

Quickest;. ittlu *tou Vhtdlfo 1tJ tfl 

Quickly, adv. . tf!U & Jb *) 

Quickness, w: FflttJ ft R7UI Wfo 

^Quicksilver, w; tJjOfi fliln 

Quiescence, n. WTU ffttJ fojU 

1^ Quiescent, a. '4l«tl AflU ' & 





511 


iet, a. 


Wife fttJU tit 0|J 


iet, v. 


k!1i ifiiltfomi ritiltfthju 


ietly, adv. 


imj fnjti i 


ietnesa, n. 


fl7**«rrcj fttju 


ill, n. 


thnlri «du un 


ilt, n. ' 


eai ^ vi uqu tffe yu 


inine, n. 


tn HT3 un v l*o' pin Wtaui 


it, v. 


w^ir ian sn oon Bon -vm $ 


ite, ac?v. 


$ intn 1nu rfgu riu 


iver, v. 


jfu fllfai 


oit, n. 


'ifojM l\ liJurffWiR 



Kace ground J 
Racket, w. 



afiw w ®a tu emu: o1nt]y 

.njrriiu 

wan tiou wrti mn 

tTi 

^j nit flu 

mmi in* j31 

law fin rfoi Tjj'd §n Ra 

•bj £ urn ariii itlu dsmti 

itai iifM idu tfcma 



Rafk,n. 


612 


Rafter, ft. 


•fe niu ( itau ) 


Bag, «. 


*«% . 


Rage, n. 


RQiutruu W: rtw nVlnji 


Rage, v. 


Vhltftftmw: 


Bagged, a. 


•Din iilu efi $ ^ jw tAu iily di $ 1? 


Bail, n. 


ru w$n si* jnld 


Railing, n. 


Itfrra Tjjmou §nnji wlw 


Railroad, Rail- 
way, ft. 
Raiment, w. 


tin rol*! 


Bain, n. 


du 


Rain, v 


duan 


Rain drops 


wim du iS5w du 


Balnbow, n. 


_J.nu.ui 


Rain-gauge, ft. 


ralw Si R713J 3Jin tfosj uw du 


Bamy* a. 


_ ifi.duy.Tn 


Bain water 


u*idu 


Raise, v. 


unw^t tmtu tiil#ifta$u imta $" 


Raisin, n. 


Wfi Q^U litfl 


Baking, ft* 


ms tin iwiio §u nu fin am 


Bake, ft. 


- Finn mutt? 


Bake, v. 


wifi wwrnltfawfom 


Bam, ft. 


an: f?5 ^ 


Bamble, v. 


rfwlfint itartffnp* 



Ramify, v 
Rampart, n. 
Ramrod, n. 
Rao, t>» 
Rancid, a 
Random^ n. 
Rang, v. . 
Range, v 
Range of hills 
Rank, n. 
Rank, v. 
.Rank. a. 
Ransack, v. 
Ransom, n* 
Ransom, v. 
Rap, v 

Rapacious, a. 
Rapacity* -a y 
Rape, n. 
Rapid; a. 
Rapidity, n. 
Rapidly, adv. 
Rapier, n. 
Rapture, n. 



613 

Win itlu u*bui Ar *\ uyn itki ani 

ys\ . iv&u sun 

nm tm Ring ifonjefo 

..uw-ttwpin torn roWlwjj 

( niu ) us? n^i 

m Rii ri rny - 

ri*. *Un 

mnnlififiu lIj: 3jKu. 
aiw van ?5u iv,ao 
nu -•dsj fo Vh.tfun 

rniutb iteld 

W Si WV 

fntr- f)i&.'.- 

wtu njriwu fjn liinu tlufi fa imn 



Have, a 
Hardy, atlv 
Rarity, n 
Rascal . n. 



Hash. n. 
Hasp, n 
Hash, 7i. 
Rat n. 
Rat-trap, n. 

E»t^2i 

Rate, v. 
Rat her, acta? 
Ratify, » 
Rational, a 
Rattan, n 
Rattle, t< 
Rattle, v 
Rattle Miake 
Ravel, t 
Raven, // 
Ravenim*. a 
Ravine, n 
Ravish, v 
Raw, a 



514 

x\ wn i ii tibti m ym nu mi wit 

til t)?s yi jiu yn jd 

JfllOl n. IWEMJ-fl yi 

6w Ijr vi jiItj wu wf) itivi mi 



*!.riT)....!UJ nil j?n wubii 

HQii nn a* nu 
tlsirmu sfati riryuji 

iakjj nlj finite ifjn htwIi iwn 






30 i»y 



X4D m 

ion inn 

<u uw -io ilil f\«. flwi itnld njymri 



515 

x*y»* 'urn . lutfM) dmnatiu 

»aior r *> (toW 

Reach,*, ^nfii f(|| jnfl, fti jjmidt 

Beach, *. mnfcnj wduu tni* 

rieatf, ». tiiu 

Read through qtu jRfitn 6t» BTtt W W Am 

Reader, n. ^dlU Klilfo) tffo QTtt 

Readily, adv. tfiti TKJ •) tut] m itj itok 

Readiness, n. Rmi wfou iiftw 

Reading, n. m tj-ju mJNfo ITEM B1U 

heading room tfoj tfwfo \& QTU W&to lliu 

Readmit, v. ^mrflfin itnniftj i<1 

Ready, a. fifoli nftuirfR WV ft mm t>j) 

Heal, a. <fc itff 

Realize,©. * ItfJUn tflltfltfu«ftj WlfettWlf 

Really, adv. i d3u ' tnti-^lf :*■ uft<b 

Reap,, v. > ribfl V**"*^ iffo ifen 

Reaper* ,j& ^|ftnftw^..!^W iAw ifl 

Reappear, v. ifemg r/i $ MM tlmjj fa fin 

Reappoint, «» itf twi «1 flif 4 ftQJ . 

Rear, w. f ft tffci 4lf #11 flO* Wlff iifo yui$ 

Rear, v. i&UJfltfXfrlj 

Reaaop, n. ivty ■ • attkipip jffnm&' frfltreuufuftan 

Reason, v. fiftfftnftjfH 



516 

Reasonable, a. f&ifwmy tbnotl *U &8 
Reasonable ground mq yftn m^ wn$B V iwfflJIUIWI 

Reasonably, adv. tmj y«&n \m wfritt 

Rebate, v. Vffiu ,8ul$ftfttiS(ntIim 

Rebel, n. utin 

Rebellion,*. tTttfiftHtm 

Rebound,*, mftrnfu nstffu fltfounifti 

Rebuild, v. built rfli tulwl ftfit flfiwft 

Rebuke, v. ti n»*o tfiu drw fi na*n rift tfttm 

Recall, v. nfliti #» tiou iRn rfinn $u fihftn torn 

Recast, v. W»0» W . Wfio MOW fin $ L nf ^ " ,n 

Recede, v. flBti vial tray 

Receipt,*, lu «$* lu fli iitJti lu I!j Du 

Receipt, v. filtl tffo Hift VhVtfJMrt* 

Receive, t;. fh 

Receiver, p. ^itl 

Recent, a. W 4lUlfc-jfi Aid 

Recently, adv. W*) l£}Oik*|fi 

Receptacle, n. TO fo <l ihftfo t?u} urn 

Reception, ». TTB itell ft 

Recess, n. iwn myn fjfi ion 

* Recipe,*, rfwfo daw 

Recipient, n. $% 

Reciprocal, a. iuk fill UfJ: ffb 



sir ^ [ m 

Recitation, n. mi Y10J ttlllita fVff Ml willta 1 

Recite, v. jfuas llMiftfo flQH dlU \ 

Reckless, a. flf 3J NfllU ififl mtl ilH flTJ I 

Reckon, v. iJIj fio in n: nns \ 

Reckoning from t&i m Ufl 

Reclaim, v. fainRUm Vhltffitu itn'niftjJjP- j 

Recline, v. iqu m Utm ? 

Recognize, v. tJOJJ fa jtfjrWl ffMfQ +Mllilrt* "Slttffya' 

Recollect, v. jrqn $u $n tallf 

Recollection, w. fmjj jrt]fl $U V' 

Recommence, w. si! rfft W W flf) ill RD Id 

Recommendation, ^ ^ ^ m $ , w flu fo niJ n ^ ?w . 

Recompense, n. fiu not] UVW thwfa / 

Recompense, «. • nou uym Itft) thmCk r» ft . ^ 

Reconcile,?/. Vhltfnafa firift ii nirolittirift dnfitlnuaa . 

Reconciliation, n. mnnto nami Itffi rift T1TJ HO wiliWi rift 

Reconciler, ». £Vito fMmiltM rift dnfl dflUBJJ 

Reconquer, v ifnlwwcW' 

Reconsider, v. fiw ifKj W 

Reconstruct, v. Vh $U \m 

Record, v. <M tuGuufr 4ft Mf fnj ifo ifattU 

Recorder, n. $*M iftf flU UlfitM wnnjalfcj mi) 

Recount, v. &fia*iFi 

Recover, v. Iffftiwilwi mmmtjB tfaunfiiu temnA 



- Recovery, ik 

Rectify, v. 

Rectum, n. 

Recur, v 

Red. a 

Redden, v. 

Redeem, v. 

Redeemable, a ' 

Redeemer, n» 

Redemption, n 

Red-hot, a. 

Redress, v. 

Reduction, tu 

Reducta. v 

HUwd. n 

Reel, t? 

Reel n. 

Re-elect. «.. 

Re-embark, v. 

Re-establish, v. 
" R* -examine, v* 

Refer, v 

Refine, v 
Befinemenl, n. 



518 

*m » 

nrfli itiu fin itiu u*fo Ailv on alula jSn mi 
iiw [<nSw 

mm* *: tn?jtv^l«^ 

feu *u JIW AiW «ft 

mi a* siRi n-p mJm jmn nu itliuu muftu 

Vh lif iSki w tlnu dnw ifo an 

Itfifa 0*0 HUN 

Itilu «. ftuU'vi flu til 

j3j %. iHutm i*j 

iSen »84uU«i' 

m 0o fin $ 

»u.4u Itu) fin fi 

art* mi fin $ net/ nui fin $ 

ih \h tii libido ft tu tf i lift* i8p1 for 
.fllm tf%ftn*ft ft f«aji(to« $v i L ** : ? 



519 

Reflect, v. fin. dh ^« snl mm fiwn:/^ 

Reflection, ». _ mj w5 WOJ wmi 

Reform, v. rtlfawiltlwlwi lid* In W 
Beform (character) aa; fo ffttn «jfi ft, tt! J w fl^y 

Beformation, n. mj ft: R7BJ llKWtjS «?fi tlTJ Ullai FI3TU tfel*T|ll 

. Reformer, n. ^fifi *§ ffiimfoju W 

Befrain, v. ifajlfr ana Ml* *0«naVll' 

Bef resh, v. Vfi l^U U tfl Wfo $U t!l U'lffo mjXl 

Refreshment, w. iR^m Vij «gm fm iau 

Refrigerate, v. tfl Itf ifiu 

Refrigerator, n. $"ln Ul ii& ftti u tnttTxltfiffa 

Refuge, n. i«J ^ Glflfti 

Refund, v. 8u D\4 \sf 

My3e,.v- IAjmj fo^ TiJjjitn tffcffiu ilfjm? 

, Refuse, v. WinK/D $U dmj 

Refuse, a. 41? ^ M$B Wli 

Regain, v. Vltf'nafj RU iil 

Regard, v. iftu uri Ulifio l#U h ifo $0 llmi 

With regard to & lu 6w lu TlTJ tfi 

RggarilW, ^ ififl 1PSJ lii tSmi_ 

Regatta, n. mi ffrm id* fo 

Regeneration, t>. fTO ulififl K W 

Regiment, w." HW WW DtJ 

Region, n. UW IKWl 



Register, n. 
Register, v. 


520 

ajinnj^ ^aWI^ ™ winy tlUfoTte" 


Registration, n. 


nu Sfl JrtT^lli cufiuv 


Regret, v 


fin i»u ta mi wu 


Regret, n. 


RraufaV* 


Regular, a 


4i $n efoj wuj wuti sun »txj JjnB tanm 


Regulate, v 


«Tf» iw tlfau iSlifaSw 


Regulation, n. 


v :<totBrfb finfo jccr^tJnjnJiB 


^ Reign, u. 


romi uxip^hj 


Reign, v. 


mou f»joj wtw mjtfR i*rxjmftiit!5 


Reimburse, v, 


Itfrfcu ifiufnj 


Rein, n. 


JTKJ tftlWSm %f\ 


Reject, v. 


rife #hi \ifo a; fo <li im tin oon 


Rejoice, v. 
Rejoin, u • 




Relate, v. 


jjiilsttij uh/W n&'-o nato tonne 


Relation, n. 


mi irii fttw nu An <bi w^n iltw cut* 
mmn [t 5T iw 

dfimnto iSn*inrfU 
tiiiott flu ffi 

4&AH TMiV itMital-iU 


Relationship, n. 

Relative, a. 

Release, v. 
To release a pri- 
t soner 
Release from debt 

* Reliable «. 


Reliance. «. 


*T0jVU HJBufo WBJJuk 



Belie, n 
Relief, A, 
Belief from pain 
Relieve, v.& 
Religion, n. 
Religious, a. 
Relinquish, v. ^ 
Relish, v. 
Rely, v. 
Reluctant, a. 
Remain, v. 
Remain at home 
Remainder, n. 
Remains, n. 
Remark, v 
Remarkable, a. 
Remedy, n. • 
Remedy, v. 
Remember, v. 
Remembrance, n. 
Remind, «. 
Reminder, *, 
Remise, a. . 
Remission, % <: 



621 

", mm irii hojWtcu njmp 

iTUitn thn v.( 

annul fftft 

Aft: dftatj thnu utf 
fitoTUfi «bou m Ctffi 6 m ft 
nftta Irt^ Ttfls 
G^jj itu Is Vh itlu i $u Is 

m«o inu my info 
urn 6 urita iin> ^iwfio 

iknaift Is $ itiu ihsftji 

in ait" urn thrift t jr tt Aim 

VJ"ftuif Jfnn - 

4i xrp Rnfo shrjn isuts 

MTJJ J3]fl fold* R7&J s« <i 

Tjj fan Is ilu ifi'o Iw mi Is Irf 
mi tin tin ffrc «n ilawftiu ^un.tny 



522 

$emH, v. fbltl wou ]# nns m difiliT 

Remittance, n, * f>¥ Jm ftultl TflTflnn 8u^i d"mlll 

Remnant, n: imt i*w ittfa 

Remonstrate, v. im t\ ifaw R> #hi %v 

Remorse, n. griJJ Iflfi *U 

Remorseless, a. $\u ft R7W iflfi \l 

• Remote, a. jWlnn 

Remoteness, n. *toi wwVm 

Remote from town WW ^TO $01 

Remount, v. 4u fin $ , 

Removable, a. #ttm tftaltfU' * ^ ^fo MroU" 

Removal, n. m un i&oiAi) ay ^i &u 

Remove, v. tin tffa unit) mArw ft) milt] ifaAtf ifo 

Remuneration,*. thvrtU jv5a fh IvAotJ 

Remunerate, t», ll^tiliVkCl-i l#fh IW&KI 

Renal, «. dw U* UW if&OT *"fl fiflflnB 

* Rend, v. fin 

Render, o. ItfrlTJ . JJQU tlf UQwW* 

Henew, v. itlilJU IwS ItfrlfftJ ft $U fin 

Renounce,* tljjlfll 1^tU3 ^ 

Renown, n. ,^0 1&JI i^OJ f|] 4d Kf , 

Renown, a. J ^ fe |fctt nfa 

Rent, ». ' fll.iSl rati fin 

Rent, tr. « w IT» 



523 

Rentable,*. % ^IjMtU' ws\j£m 

Rental, n. tnuprnm ftu-fhw- 

High rents m m ujj 

Repair, v. ^OJJUiIwItoI tfyl UfFW*ll. 

Reparation, ?i. nu Vh uftlj fll iftti Wiu 

Repast, n. niJ lliyj w ifta* 

Repay, v. $u tif eisti uvu 14" Iff 

Repeal, v> .jRn *hj] Mijny yn ^ n ^ 

Repeat, v. 71 TfTlfin- 7\ fiw iTfl^rull! n«U 341 h W 

Repeatedly, adv, ifi titDsJ *1 

Repel, v. ijutd eta ^ *ffu wi 

Repent, v. nalil^W ^Wlfinpfi 

Repentance, n m? nsfti *U WV W 

Repetition, n. fiTJ lijM tt"U ifi TO 

Repine, v. Iff ft In ItoQ-f w mh roroi 

Replace, t>. ioi i*}l UV)\4 6 'jditm $ 4iYiu ft 

Replant, ». d$nWi 

Replenish, t>. •iSjj Iff i&j ifta $ W»Bl 

Replete, a iftu $ i3b $i ^r^t 

Reply, a. won ^nmi 

Reply, n. % tf'i wot' 

Report, n. . nymj iwf rfu tmj^ fiBrffof 

Report, v. 1# rnj Vh ram* tffigiW 

It is reported *m rf) 7» 



Official ropon 
Reporter, n. 
Repose, v 

R0[>O88eR8, v. 

Represent, v. 
Representative, n 



Reprimand, v. 
Reprint, v. 
Reproach, v. 
Reproachable, a. 
"^Reproof, n. 
Reprove, v. 
ReptiJe, n. 
Republic, n. 
Repudiate, v. 
Repulse, v. 
Repulsive, a. 
Repurchase, v. 
Reputation, n. 
Request, n. 
Request, v. 
Require,!'. 
Bequirement, ». 



524 

Its tjB" arjim mmu 
$ m ira ^ 

fffflihj'J ml* Uim'U 

nmj *i!u i4l tew 

fhum 

^ arm ^ wii^ wuen 

ftifcm Jina^kYiiijTDmj 

& i jitm fwntw un& 21 

nu ti n*Si3 m mm 

tfwi'i *}fo?i a»ii ifirf+wnn 4 
tbma $ kttaffuHufc du f tin wot 
ran riU Vh iilti^j \ 1*j itlSu von to 
wan Id ifoi tint) v«Vld Ijj fti 

V ^w fiRffii/ 

6#iira fiui ami iljuwff* irojtfiitoi) 

•till mi tft* fl 

*mw fte* fro ffouw: i *: *» 



525 

Rescue, n. mr «h*j Itfofa tiunm 

Rescue, *. *BttJ ItMft STT1 1&MTU Itft^frtH fWTHfftrtl 

Resell, v. Resold iny fin fl «mu nfi ^ firoi. 

Resemblance, w. R7I3J IV$BU RTW FitfHl Fife 

Resemble, v. Irf" £ rtbj Rjfaj afo ffti Ffffltt *| ifU ' 

Resent, t>. WtJTtnvi iTHTjJ 

Resentful, a. 4l SBJ ITS 

Resentment, n. RTOJ fWlUTn Ufl*t4 ifi^t 

Reserve, t>. intl Wi&B I'Mil 141 

Reserve, t>. (army) tift Viyu 
Reserve (for the ^ u ^% 

future) 
Reservoir, w. Vl T1J in u H" 

Reside, v. 8W B^J W BVffo B$ 

Residence, w. ^ tjy iRWflyu warn 

Resident, a. 4l fll tfiu &W Ofj ^ 4* *§ BjJ ifc «T0 

Residue, «. ^| info TVin 

Resign, » *i oon sin mltfi mmj «i ooti sin ifomnif 

Resignation, n. ^ nil no »i oero sin roll ^ numj 

Resist,*. *Mu ttw/^Rof Tlifl* tTflTO 

Resistance, n. ITU 110 f flTJ ifa *7W 

Resolute, o. A w u Is iti flu 

Resolution, n. WTUlSUdfoW VmwJTU mj&wta' 

^Besolre,*. WIM *W3T ihwn «*f . [u * l1t . 
tftw ilhwp&tft* 



Resort, v. 


. id 9 It] flfi 


Summer resort 


i\ mi oimw qg Ynu 


Resound, v. 


tilir)*] .ifcinfa Anil!)* 


Resource, n. 


l^W pfl V>\M 


Respect, v. 


iflW Uttl dliflH lltjfio 


Respect of persons i$u uri VM) Fm 


In all respects . 


pn *fo *wu ii« tmi rau flou 


Respect, n. 


JBTWl&fo RTWinwU 


Pay respects 


IRTJW 


Respectable, a. 


fa fiU tltifio 


Respectful, a. 


.$ RTBJl&fia $hf)W 


Respecting, jwejp. 


tadtw lunu 


Respiration, n. 


mj wiu ta i*5l Qon 


Respire, v. 


vrcjta 


Respond, v. 


MKJ 


Responsibility, n. 


FiTftJ ft] 8ft TOU 


Responsible, a. 


fo sfoi ft Sin iqu 


Rest, v. 


Itfafi wyuWfi new Irtsun mull* 


Go to rest 


111 v^n m wu 


Rest, n. 


nu wy« Wft fbu i mfa ^i wjifi wn 


Resting place 


to ^i Wfi 


Restaurant, n. 


t« ifi uni 


Restitution, *. 


trwtn fwfti ftu Itfata w rra Itltf rw riu fh 


fiestlew, a. 


Twojjyi mnun&nu 



Restlessness, n. 
Restore, v- 
Restore to health 
Restrain, ». 
Restraint, n. 
Restrict, ». 
•Restriction, n. 
Result, m. 
Result, v- 
Resume, v 
Resurrection, n. 
Resuscitate v. 
Retail, v. 
Retailer, V*. 
Regain, v. 
Retaliate, v 
Retaliation, n. 
Retard, v. 
Retire, v. 
Retirement, %. 
Retract, v 
Retreat, v. 
Retreat u. 
Retrieve, v. 



527 

fjQijj rrau nnny 

jhwi^nali idu tljnfi 
mj of) h ms mui yfl u 

HTS nil iTO WJ WJJ 

ju Bii in su "vii on 101 gio id 
nu nali idu tiu in sin ami my 
Vhlw'liu •nil ( sin asj 3jw will ) 
•Diy dan "am y'oy 
^my dan 

imu MibiuT Kiianwitn Gnu 
wyitnin uri'iiRU utfjjo wfiefo 
nu an'iiRu 

jn osn nay vw& noy son ney nn 
nu ai eon sin vl nu ai noy oanld 
pii fh nay r°i udj dm wain r°i 
nrifjld nay noy yn ai noy 
k m w& $ & n£i tfiiui 



Retrograde,. 0. ^ Q y n$$ 

Return, p. ^ null '■ Hutrt" 

Return, n. m\t\t. \t6u\X 

Reunion, ni ,fnj djr-jfJJ 3ftiup?i 4 t!q* 

Beunite, r. t#fto jdo fiU $n $ mmi* 

Reveal, t>. iffo i«y WTO1 Itftlnnj} 

Revelation, n. ; mj unm snnFiPi wllffo canflB jin p#i *tu 

Revenge, v. lifftifl*ii mntnn tnWTJJ CwrriStfiftroi 
Take revenge .^ "jiff ll&l UfftJO 
Revengeful, %*%;$; $n WWW 

Revenue,*: Cj« tkltrmf nuwemWll. IhiW' 

Revere,t?/ tltjfio inn n»"5 

Reverence, tl. Rmi tlti^Q 

Reverend, 0. ^ mm *& tltifiQ 

Reverse/*,. n»*ti Itlfemlttli. 

Review, a. ^nittiWWf tJBO^.WTB 

Review, v. rawing wwmlffio UTiunififa 

Reviewer, *. .f W. ( * ^*J* wMto ^Y11W fttwfo* 

Revile,*. I'f ril WJTU no 

Revise,*. >ffi to IwS 4 lift' 1*8 taw 

, Revive, ei VhWwitafrifc /. 

Revoke,*, film nifo to foifflfft 

Revolution, n. -^wft-wa nwy *tfta tfu ^; toidtauimutej; 

Revolve, ». VtyU ^^(^flfiK tJTU 01. 





52t> 


Revolver, » 


tJUlf) 


Reward, r 


thimn r.i fa wuu umu 


Reward, »> 


l»f tiuMita & aria £ -cqj not uvm 


Liberal reward 


Jvi thivm* 


Rheumatism, n. 


ljpl^*Bb flrnj WB aito $b 


Rhinoceros, n 


9ft llJfl 


Rhyme, n 


tivi naou 


Rib, u 


iIfiJI fftftf 


Ribbon, «. 


snu iifiti eft Hon 


Rtce, m 


i*D1 


Rice (untied) 


itfi WTJ 


Rice (<rlutinou8) 


I ■ft ittfoj? 


Rice (fermented) 


i«fii wuin ■# 


Rice (partly clean 
ed) 


1 minuQi 


Rich, a 


jjJjj pfju i«rsj tifyjcu 


Rubes, n., pi 


jihui vuW stjji.^ j"Hi vifij 


Rid, »' Hidden 


"Ufr"?Ki sin Ijj V£i rhs> mn • 


Riddle, « 


ib uruvn «oo to tir]fertu*> 


Ride, « Rode 
Ridden 


^ jjI ^ 


Learn to ride 


win $ tfi 


Rider, ru 


f < _ 


Hid^e, n. 


onlri ( fiera ) »\i '/»*! 


Ridicule, n 


«u kjt: i<fo a*b iruu 


Ridiculous, a 


Ui tw i5"C iiiti ti 5u$im oi i^i $ 



HP HflJ 





630 


Riding, n. 


mjTi 


Riding master 


rj wr ttfai tfi 


Rifle, n. 


flu nation infitu 


Right, a. 


wjj im ifai mjjj pn e^oj 


Right, n. 


tfom Traunmj tljriwtft nnusftS 


Seems right 


irau na § iwjjou pn sfoj 


Righteous, a. 


ta tftpS $0 Rtt 


Righteousness, «. 


RlUl tftyvfi RTtfl TTC WW 


Right-handed, a. 


*m>i £o UTI 


Rigid, a. 


iRHRf^ nwifa 


Rigidity, n. 


BJW IRJJ Rtff . RTOI TIWI TJU 


Rill, n. 


ihro i8n 


Rim, 


fU% •DQU -fflU 


Rind, 


nlfan 


Ring, *t. 


daon a ww ifaii nstlii 


Ring, t>. Rang, 

Rung 
Ring-leader, n. 


RU tfi ill 


Riot, n. 


ami }vt 3iti nij" riy ms inn «uun 


Rip, ». 


un iu-cwujjiw 


Ripe, a. 


■wri'Oi ^n 


Partly ripe 
Ripen, ♦. 


• tin Vhitfyn 



Rise, ©.Rose, Risen yuku ff)&i Wld iduiujjl aojiji; 
Rule from Ihe dead ttlu W JJ1 W RTO WTU , ' ' U 





531 




• Rise from a seat 


$n ^"m ^i \ft 




Risen, v. 


tjUn uw /£*$<? $n sin 




Risk, n. 


tJliwny v. ifojj ynu 




^Kite, n. 


fu 




Religious rites 


info w avmi fll mo4 finflui 


1 


Rival, n. 


$m f ^"tknw dsruu 




River, n. 


w) U* lT» Ul 




Rivet, n. 


v^in 0:^ jfiwju in 




v^rtivulet, n. 


ifaj 013 fl°i tftu 




Road, n 


USR1 W4VU tmi4 




Roam, v. 


if»y)*fnm ifantfhj^i 




Uoamot 1 , n. 


^iviu3 nffin 




^fRi»ar, n. 


i&w hw hw ma *i& mo . 


irui Riii in Jbi 


Roast, v. 


UJ A3 




Roast cofic<j 


R3 murl 




Roast meat 


ifio it 




^Rob, v. 


da*u ft fa ^j J73 




Robber, n. 


Isj ^Jiu ^di5u 




V Robbery, n. 


fiTs'lsinjjw 




Robe, n 


mo cli A uon eJl tuf fl$u 




Robust, a. 


& jj *hn wjj o*5u ft ii^i un 


' 


Rock, n. 


flu flai flu l^ui 




.<* Rock, v. 


teiai irw Inn Inj 




v Rock -crystal, n. 


MffitMl 







532 




Rocket, it 


wonlst'lfl w$ 


raw 


Rocky, a. 


^> £ «ai wn flu 


jjm infam flu 


Rod, n 


V'Dw em 




yFisbing rod 


riSutfa 




yfUm rod 


witdu 




Bode, « 


bUr uw /&/<? 3 ii& 


Jf^Rodent, n. 


ffa/fi Vfon ftu urn 


: iiiu wu 


V^ogue, n. 


ru $ do flu daw iJ^su , 


Roll, •. 


n& • v^u Xnm mnt uu 


Roll,*. 


nip rufcim nu 


to 


Roll up 


}&4 




V Roll -call, n. 


nu fnjn 4q 


* 


Roller, n. 


jn rw $n flu 


$nflti 


Romance, n. 


ftwOtnw 




Bool, n. 


iroifli 




Roof. t>. 


ip tttft FIT 




Roofing, n. 


. ipftw jyi wjfj Fin 




Roofless, a. 


il« f) wft HI 




Room, a. 


*» . , 




Roost, ». 


MM 




Rooster,, *. 


Iriifcf 




Root, n. 


rm wftr 




Boot,* 


firni jfa f»j tnw 


n&im ^iSmln 


*»r*i * 


rftmWj ttmr 





533 

Rppe-danoer, n. ^ mf] 

Rosary, n. |n djtRl 

Rose, n. RQ n tjwnu 

Rose water, n. \fi nw^iu 

Rosewood, n. Itfum l^lkfl 

Rosin, H. «tfli tfou ?J"tf fru 

Rot, t\ ^lltl iilou imfi 

Rotate, n. v^iti JOU tt^M fom ill 

Rotation, n. HTJ tt$m fom 

Rotten, a. ej itJQU will 

Rottenness, *. « RTftj lfltKJ twill 

Rough, a. vnjtu rtu f^ak fhwfohf 

Roughen, v. ilh Ittoty Rs: ifo ItffiTti 

Round, a. n*« i$JJ m 

Round, n. *Bm n»U pfa ifiilfl ifhitUTlR 

Round, v. Id JQtJ F1JU JOU Aw JBti ittttl *aTW 

Round-about, w. Yl"tf dfaj^. 

Rouse, e. *d^n #1 llffttt Wl tJQU 

Route, n. WU-Yllf. VOf^UtJ; r 

Rove, *. .^W^illll '• . 

Row, n. liW UTOUUJ. 

Row, v. pi nariisw l^ntfrtiif 

Rower, n. (j^Ttfttfaw flfldtntf' 



l 



Row-lock, ». 
Royal, a. 
Kub, v. 
Rubber, n. 
Rubbish, n 
Baby, n. 
Rudder, n. 
Rude, a. 
Rudeness, n. 
Rug, 71. 
Rugged, a. 
Ruin, v. 
iraln, n. 
Ruinous, a. 
Rule, ■». 
Rule, v. 
Ruler, ». 
Rum, ». 

RambJe?%r * \ 
Ruminate, v. 
Rumor, n. 
Rumor, v. 
Hun, 0. Ran, Boa, 
V* Bop-over 



634 

Ufa flJJ 8 Uf)J <R 

vra mo ilo 

wtnu fa fHyi win Ritt 

finu winti Rty uw fi*kn 

W t flC I3J iftJU tflTJJO * 

Riajfitivraj *fwtirjj Kh Wlm wihr 

tfa tffl *fo tR fill rig 

tin Rjoi fi -iKi ifa > iJIrIj tlhjT* 

ifonTtl fluid tifi-iSw 
V u«lu 

fit! 



)/Ruti against 
Rung, v. 
Runner, n. 
Rupee, n. 
Rupture, n. 
Rural, a. 
Rush, v. 
Rust, n. 

Bub off the rust 
Rust, v. 
Rustic, a. 
Rusticate, Vi 
Rustinefs, n. 
Rusty, a. 
Rut, n. 
Rye, n. 

S 

Sabbatarian, n. 

Sabbath, n. 
Saber, 1 
Sabre, / n * 
Sac, n. 

Sack, n. 

. Sacrament, n> 



* 536 

Ban ww itt^ MX irafa u& 

A1W thl4 UBH 

sri 5tu r<KUi4 

■flTUlX 

■fa fl&f 5 a$3J 

itluaChj iiuartSw 
emu tfiu nan h^tu enu 
*y5ii3 diu vran 

Ami ww Sf\i34 afo< ta irm 
nil idu arQjj 

s 

fur6 

V 

rwarati 





636 


Sacred, a. 


rfh StS ^ tSyuft 


Sacrifice, n. 


wa yin nu anmjyin irhm yai 


Sacrificer, n. 


^ym ^"tiTRj iflltw ym 


Sacrificial, a. 


ivk IfftflJ ym 


Sad, a. 


mm wjjtiJ wSitnn wfi idu yn«n 


Sadden, v. 


tf i ItfiffKtnn 


Saddle, n. 


OTU 341 


Saddle, v. 


^n OTU 3J1 


Sadness, n. 


RTijj iwjil^n \inif tafi 


Safe, a. 


ay fi Ijj iilu bugto 111 jj guwiu- 


Safe arrival, 


in 6? a^n jji wtflu H 


Safe, n. 


riifiu ifta wu vil^Ww 


rifely, adv. 


Iru Rwn , >. . 


Saiefcy, n. 


' fi704 tljIfWIfl !&WK) 


Saffron, n. 


wjictfu 


Sagacious, d. 


4* £ tt^apifoju mw •* 


Sagacity, .«. 


dojoji UftflU mw ifitiu lift*)* 


Sage, n. 


tffttlrainj' 


Sago, ». 


*ng 


Said, «. 


tjwiiill'ufe lrtotn> 


Saigon, n. 


ifitwVi mu 


Sail, n. 


h h fio diflu 


Sail, v. V 


uiu\v \fr\u tmnibj 


Lower the sail 


a* lu 



537 

Sailing, n* mj uiiu \u rw oon fto ' ran oon iso 

Sailor, n. gn l1o tiaift 

Saint, n. tffl^inj ^Jllu tlTti 

Sake, n. iiwtlfiuun 

Salable, a. 4/WE s: TO W" 

Salad, n. tin tfl ffoj tfl 
Sal-ammoniac, ft. vn tljrsrm.fi yn 

Salary, n. Iru iftDli IHl fh *fa 

Salary, v. IrfThl IflBU w Du iWQU 

Sale, «. nu 18WM nu TO 

Sale by auction to iftwff *TO YlOfl UR1« 

Sales -man, n. Cj'to HO! 

Saline, o. i*SU Ifl&O liW in«Q 

Saliva, n. vM aiu wj:i*w: 

Salt, n. jnao a i&j 

Salt, v. Isnn&o Vhlifaffo 

Saltcellar, n. *TU W in»B 

Saltness, ti. RTW iftu RmiriJOU 

Salt-fish, n. dan ifel 
Saltpetre, n. ^fhi llsfo 1110 

Salutation, n. m|^n\ItJ sh •] uti ftoWlRWl 

' Salute, v. BfiW W iU\jCti&- Qrflu rfTlRl OlSVf0 

Salvation, n. Rrai JOfl 

Salv^n. -41 fit dfi 



538 

Same, a. ndtouriu iswjo rfti 

Sample, n. w3b?jtj 

Sanctification, ». m $} fat tlfafipli RTftJ tBfViJ 

Sanctify, v. fa lifaj^yig *3%l Itfifa tJTtJ 

Sanction, n. FUTN Su SJOinifa sfaj * oynpfl 

Sanctuary, n. ^^ $ fa tf^ 

Sanction, v. tjyiip 

Sand, -». Y)jiy 

Sand bank nm YirKJ Xm VlTlU ithi Tint* 

Sandal, n. JMrtrimlt} 

Sandal wood "Itf-sfcYm' 

Sand -paper, n. nStWTU WTU . njtfliy F13J 

Sandy, a. £ viTRJ 3JTO . ^ 11«J ^ $ iwfitro TlDtJ 

Sane, a. ^tfltatljnR VLi iflatunSl! 

Sang, t;. ofo «doj £i»£ 

Sank, v. uHfl 1Q1 £tVi£ 

Sanskrit, n. flTfen wfanrm 

Sap, n. tfi fftTltf' 

Saponify, v. tfiltfllluwy 

Sapan wood du Itfdll 

Sapling, n. foltflSfn 

Sapphire, n. fl* £ WW DIM 

Sappy, a. & \IS JJT1 sftiWi jj Ji jam 

Sarcasm; n. . J?Tn»T3ty)ttoyi««i tfuthtitnftou (ffaharro) 



Sardine, n. 


539 


Sarsaparilla, n. 


4o fitoltfuG* vt& rt\ Vfitlu ui rip 


Sat, v. 


Bfl&l HOI Sit 


Satan, n. 


•mmvi wyura 


Satchel, n. 


^jmlife 


Satiate, v. 


dtanufa* Vh lif 811 mlta iflu 


Satin, n. 


UW 0314 


Satisfaction,*, mia fell* ATOJIIqU 
Satisfactorily, adv. Iny mJU foy 


Satisfy, v. 


tfi Uwo Is ijn Qtin Vh \frfm Fma tlnma 


Saturate, t>. 


»:rth *u fiu ifi tun 


Saturday, n. 


1U itrf 


Saturn, n. 


«tj waanf 


Sauce, n. 


xfiuni ififflncmi 


Saucer, u. 


^"IU JW raj -SIU JO* 


Saucy, a. 


w»ti ri thwrn rtiu qtu 


Saunter, v. 


ifh4 itas mi 


Sausage, to. 


Iwnjon 


Savage, n. 


ifcrf'ih mufom fwrnfitli 


Savagely, adv. 


tfKjn"ftnif?rcj mhifmtli 


Save, v. 


foj lifaofi Jhw tffti ufin uafitm 


Save, prep. .4eonj.ftfoufl tin lay uw 


8avingly, «dt>. 
Saviour, n. 





540 

Savor, ». m niu 

Savory, a. 4*£fWl»l fifott 

Saw, v. 1>ftKTO*&# 

Saw, n. ifioy 

Saw, v. tf)m$i&mi litmi 

Saw-dual, *i 4i£t)tf 

Saw-fish, n. tlaiaum 

Saw-mill, n. t« kkm 

Saw into laths tfljn flJWIU tranTlhattll 

Sawyer, n. ihnitatj 

Say, v. Said 71 nsb iai tmn rfi 

ft. is said mil 

$hat is \o say 8071 nrwii 

It may be said tltJ 71 

Saying, n. mjnaV#i fftitau Ripmfcu. 

Scab, n. laffo uem 

Scabbard,*, 'dnndi 

Scaffold, *. lAliu fl tkvra ^w iftW 

Scaffolding, it. n* fS 16 flu 

Scald, t>. HTft ( Att tK'feli ) W ueiftfltt 

Scale, ^ mi | mi* dlAn uiitj jnwn 

Scale, v. dufe <u*ii.tfuln aan info- 

Scalp, n. vtiftAfce 

Scaly, a. * 6 info am mini* 



641 

Scamper, v. ^jjfen 

Scandal, *~ n* y* (h«n 

Scandalize, v. mMtfwu wtfi flfi Out!' 

Scant, a. £j iiw ^fay £ u „ ^^ 

Scantiness, n. rquj ojnpfi 

Scar, n. ; y UU r UCJR 4l ] u 

Scar, w tjm lh ItfatJil iltlfi 

Scarce, a. fi uir ilbu m y-jn Jfcj rhl *] 

Scarcely, adv. inou ^rlu Ioj W s: wla) tfu 

Scarcity, ». RTUJ *Tr ffU RTOJ ffij IITJ 

Scare, v tfiltfnnls Vhltfaufi *«on 

Scarf, *. _ tK V9 tfi 

Scarify, v. arfirt Itrtaflu Ben 

Scarlet, n. R : uiu 

Scatter, «. rut-Tw iwkj njryii njiviu ^miourumi 

Scene, n. QTITJ iffo 

Scent, n. nfiu Hftfiinou' 

Scent bottle ^W ifitTOU 

Scent, v. mjUttQU WJJtfiWMJ 

'Sceptre,*, tmtm ttftiftl BTtip JN5 

Schedule, n. h ifalUfl um UWHfta Jltl4l4l RTOJ 

~ Scheme, n. UUtinvi'flft.*;*) 

Scholar, n. ^fitmtnBfto tfhlfcm 

Scholarly,* MWlfrrfhw mhlOfi&m 



Scholarship, n. 
School, n. 
School, «. 
Schoolboy, n. 
Schoolhouse, n. 
Schooling, n. 
Schoolmaster, ti. 
Schoolmistress, n 
Schooner, n. 
Science, n. 
Scissors, n. 
Sclerotic, n. 
Scoff, v. 
Scold, u. 
Scoop-nei, ru 
Scorch, v. 
Score, n. 
Score, v. 
Four score 
Scorn, w. 
Scorn the law* 
.Scornful, «. 
Scorpion, n. 
Scoundrel, n. 



542 

Urn lib»#* 

dn mm lutidtou 

nu im ilnu rm tin row 

rliftn arm im 

•aatJ"Vin ftotlmM In 
n:lra ruslnj 
itn infan 113 t^ A usn yi in 

ii 9 nai3 m ft ifenl 

{^tlJJWJW 



Scour, v. 

Scourge, n. 

Scourge, v. 

Scramble, v. 

Scrap, n. 

Scrape, v. 

Scratch, v. 

Scratch out " 

Scream, v. 

Loud scream 

Screen, n. 

Screen, v. 

Screw, <n 

Screw, v. 

Screw-driver, n. 

Scribble, V. 

Scribe, n. 

Scriptures, n. 
Scriptures, n.(£ud 

dhist) 
Scrub, v. 

Scrutinize, v. 

Sculptor, n. 

Sculpture, n. 

Scum, n. 



543 

■WHIM") •farjtfrc' 

ui. wiu Ijftfr/i 
livu wfi fat wi 
iiw fa nafton aaritr 
iff!* rlfro 

jn m mi fo, 
nu 18014 oon |n mm 

*Tu ud u?n 

rh a:^J rh wifo inatn 
In wSfn in^w ifa 
iM^nlm rw iwJin ifa into 
&vu vfin i^tjii & 

■ rorlw tirp 
•fa ^ ifti 
Fins an g Tfaifti 
ibaaTi 
>m ^-w flan nu un: info 



$44 

Scythe, n. fiivitift.ttrih whwu 

to " * ' 

Sea, n. tcm 

Seabreeze, n. aw ywr 

Sea- turtle, *.. «h<fliS5f» 

Sea water vmffaj 

Seabathing nu BttJ V) yi:ia 

Se*c<3fwt •aiuYinti &Yi;i» 

Sea- faring, a. fi nvfhl flTU Ki» 

Seal, «. inn um ui 

SeaJ, v. rm tin $ fin wan w 

Sealing-wax, n. nfi tlsrnii wi 

Seam, n. wri^tj ejl UU3 if!tl 

Seaman, n. |n ilo nm» 

Seamless, a, 4ltti..itta U ifitl 

Seamstress, n. WW J *V ifjtJ eft 

Search, * W WW IITC Ml USW M »U IfiTC 

Search careful]/ tfa M 

Search after foj vn 

Search-warrant, w. ttlii&Q BYnjW ^W?* 

Sea-shelJ, n. WW VSiR 

Sea-aliore, w. & TW» TRl Tt:i« 

Sea-sick, a. mi ft&H 

Sea-sickness, ». AW mi *ky 

Season, *. Wfthw tjf til 



Rainy season qg Jy t|g.Xlfttj£ 

Out of season ;mj Rna ifa ttai ifti qf 

Season, .v. Ifrif&NlifU tljnjfow 

Seasoning, n. u6m tuft 

Seat, w. ^i u5 fi By fi w inmi: 

Seat, v. til *J 0*J Q|| 

Sea- ward, a. KiU Yi:i» 

Sea- weed, «. flittl KIR 

Seclude, r. tlfojj lu (l all HOtl.tK 1#0$i ff» Wm 

Second, n. *3Wfi fflW fwyu' 

Second, a. * $ fl&J JQJ 

Second-hand, a. iroiVftfiimfS 

Secret,, n. «fo $n yu nil fjn fi «1i -Ib tfu mw »1i 

Secret, a. «?J ft 

In secret &«0tJ«1] 4t«1jS 

Secretary, n. • IflfojU ftytfuinj^ laifefTtf IMnpTO 

Secretaryship, n. wM ff^UTClj% L WSitm fill 

Secrete, v. da 'DOU^ tT5 alj AlBt) tft 

Section, ». liimn fHR W9U tt3U 

Secure, a. * 4l ifa tfilWlU 4* »Hi «*in ftTOl Jtlu fto 

Secure, v. 1131 wltf' fl&lj' 101 l5f \f^"lii| m 

Security, n. ATM sfil Rl jjftlJ dfcftU llfaojU'itk ikrlU 

Sediment, n. fKDQU 

Sedition, n. tlTJ ^ llfatJfl 



M6 

Seditions, «» : . fthu #B nuti 
* Seduce, v. *gfnrni liftta info niJojj *fa •nulti 

See, v. Saw, Seen if(\4 mi £ uvz * |i i4il* 



SeflttfVerf often 


«jw«iS*niL..jMi!k.^yji' 


Seed,^- 


"fr» WJTCU UJ&fl fb 1WKU 


See<*» *. 


wtu to tilni wtfa fin warn 


Seedling,?!. 


ito ifta «nn iJta 


Seed-time, n. 


i]gt]{mu&) qjtfhufa 


Seek, v. Sought 


w iSww uwivn 


Seem, v. 


i(<uii (inftauT) p fKJ-wii 


Seen, v. 


q$a tiw See 


Seine, «. 


m 


Seize, v, 


wQu &w <[i If wu im to flair 


8eize», n. 


f'flfll^ f*«ftl BHJ 


Seizure, n. 


muftimu mjflwlj' 


Seldom, acfo. 


IjjW*: wi «j utu *| $ *Ai 


Select* v. 


itan tfion riU titan itn ifan ro . 


Selector, ». 


^ Jon $&m vn 


Self, n.,pJ. Selves 


I mjifif 


Hunsdlf, jmm. 


wn mi ^tWI wu ioi 


Selfconfidence, n. 


'wttijfaMumuoJ 


Selfoontrol, n. 


nmrJUfi^ BTwarnaU 


Selfish, % 


m&A 4*fhuiiiw Viifo , 



647 

Sell, v. 8oM. titj 

Sell cheap m pn 

Seller, n. £"mi 

Selves pi. Self nffwnu Ml UK 

Semi, prefix pfb ^ 

Semiannual, a. ffo d Jin J& d 

Semicircle, n. ifelW M row 

Semiweekly, a, Tpn f& TOJ mftasf 

Senate, n. imnufi ii tfnnin mrnj 

Send,*.8e»t Wit) dm Aid <ft ahltl *lll 

Send off ~ <TVM"itlltJ rftltl 

Senile, a. uWRUuri 4W *U> -fnji im 

Senior, n. £$ my uri nil ? 

Sensation, n. flTJU £fcn 

Sense, n, IshMW fiiwfitf ami ?ta dtljnn 

Senseless, a. Ijj u «r& feu fffi 

Sensible, a. ^ f ftn 4j*ldnjnp 

Sent, w, ofol«Bm$«wZ 

Sentence, n. mifft&U tlfcW ikttlR 

Sentinel, n. ^iJhflTJJ wrainw imTJOj!™* 

Separate, v. mm win *in riu wnn *m oX^j&KR 

Separation, n. m? nun *m riU Don «nn Min n"u n* 

Separately, adv. PMarfhltvm I mm Willi 

September, n. i^OU ^i itti tI*RJ d5nip* riUlTKJU 



649 

Sepulchre, n. j| & ftN ^WTR* 

Serene, a. fojtt fflfc 4Ali $ 0:1* fWU 

8erie8, n. ttTO jrn uli iNtl 

Serious, a. 4l flffft iftffaj TjJ W mj i«u 

Serial, <wto. ^£#isj -0^ 

Sermon, ft. #| jfiuflj «te ftTttJ ta WOTWW flWnn 

Serpent, n. i . 

8ervant, «. m\*fr tJT3 flW 

Serve, v. fo tJmfltffi ItJ W" 

Serve God tJaiQtlS Wtt4l 

Service, n. mj tljufliJ?) Vf DTJ ^JO) 0U4 

^Serviceable, a. 4f itlu tfcluW k Vf V 

Servile, a. OtiTJirn iiWU"0 

Servitude, n. futu ginn flh . 

Session, n. m dzyu ntt vm* 

Set, v. Sek gR Irf tbTJ" 

Set, n. £rfott& ^Iflttftj 

Set in order «fo MlfcjTJ ffeli 

Setting,*. n1jOl7W ttOU JittTH 

Settle,v. *fau*i finm ♦Sli' ttraua wm! jwtJtu 

Settlement, n. n* Ml M ftl ifti ifioi <i ^iT^ ifiW ** 

Settler,*, ^g^ thii 

Seven, a. l*fl 

Seventeen* A ftl i4n 



Seven-fold, a. A*. mi -, 

Seventh, a. ^ Aft 

.Seventeenth, *. $ ftj $n 

Seventy, a. A* %U 

Sever, ». jfa Ijfow «*-m nV mm ^VtIU 

Several a. M a"KJ nij »| 

Severe, a. 1RH WW !«» RTV^I ftl'lill 

Severely, adv. Xfw mm 

Sew, v. l$tJ 

Sewer, n. ;-& jjlu 

Sex, n. Tn^l iWfl 

Shaddock, tt. tifi ffi/ta 

Shade, n. jjj fi «j in 

Shade, v. tJ5.in tl3 1UW til 

Shadow, n. GT1K IT) 

Shadyjlo. fai TfJ34 3JJ 

Shaft; n. pnu ot^ $ Vfah gn m iwai 

Shaggedneas, *k . " t!14 11155; 31 

Shake v. Shook V RtJ V \^ ^ -fc^A dl 

Shaken J 

Shall, v. Should *tit V. m 

Shallow, a* Su % 

Shallowness n. WOJ Su 

Sham, n. 4llii <3J tJRDN Vh Ifiu 

Shame, n. RTOJ OWiJ MttJ 0"ft]> MUI fiZDlV 



8fcame, v. 

Shameful, a. 

Shameless, a. 

Shamray, n. 

Shampoo, v. 

Shanty, n. 

Shape, n. 

Shape, v. 

Shapeless, a. 

Share, n. 

Bhare, v. 

Shareholder, n. 

Take snares 

Shark, n. 

Sharp, a. 

, Sharpen, v. 

Sharpness, n. 

Shatter, v. 

Shave, u 

Shaving, n. ■*■■- 

Shawl n. 

She, pron. "Ben, 

Her 
Sheaf, n. 



> 



Shears, n. 



580 

witrro w.tftift viofip 
kwtifai Mil un aw 

mil BBU 

urn tto irzKi 

ft jn ttb nut) 

■ Tw fi fl sfoi jm 
«hu «^i thu Du $4 
mi* iim fbu ml > flu fill 

daruaui 

flU UVlfiU 

nm itou utwu ww an 
ufmraww .duaa&ii 
^nu Jtu 

inn ( jfwtj 1 ) 
$tm j*i flow yn 
faitu wftutw rWlre 



551 

Shear, t>. |fa ifo] n»Tnj " ife iffo 

Shed, v. iti *j Itf!** Q£in 

Shed, n. ^W flJnitm 
Sheep, n.,*ing.$ ■ 

Sheep-fold, n. atm In ilw uri: 

Sheep-skin, t*. will an: 

Sheet, n. uciu Itl cJl ^ ^l.lttM 

Sheik, n. uiin liimTlflvAt' 

Shell, n. woy itlfton ffiitun 

Shell, v. & gn uwn news itlSon 

Shelter, n. k jhJh $ tlltil ^ OVfffj 

3helter, v. .ftj IffalTflftl At BTflft 

Shelterless, a. lal fl ^1 tnnft Tw $ ^i fa 

Shepherd, ». fiitaj lin: MlU.urc- 

Shield, ft, *tfi mj lloJffU 

Shield,*. titWffti tftfr tff 

Shift, v. JmAtl itlfclVmlM 

Shining, n. Du wn tf$nt]i* imt « lu too ifau im fH*louif 

Shin,», fffolfei*ft fTEflnihU'ft 

Shine, o. Shone &M um ^ . 

8hine, «. am amifliu 

Shingle, n. nmm'Vt 

Bhingle,v. y ifaj nafiwllJ' 



Shining, a, 

Ship, n. 

Merchant ship 

Ship board, adv. 

Ship- builder, n. 

Ship-chandler, n. 

Shipping, n. 

Shipwreck, ». 

Shirk, v 

Shirt, n 
' Shiver, «. 

Shoal, n. 

Shock, v. 

Shoe, n. 

Shoe-black, n. 
*Shoe- maker, n 

Shoe-string, n. 

Shone, v. 

Shook, v. 

Shoot, v. Skot^f 

Shop, n. >^ 

Shore, n. 

Shan, a. 

Shortest way 



S62 

rtiflu ri^tulo 

tm fio t1t8u jvrj \u to ftlflti 
iin W3 Horfrffu 

w^ r ttifiu mi tfo^n w\i tfi 
ifo if$\i unn 

.ifa nnitom 

^itln ^ 'ftti nwronu 
WfHj VhttfiftwudU tkrcttu 
jriutfi nuoiwj^jTj) 

•fa tf i joj rtfV 
RTli ft jw itfi 

oft* mi &/ta& 

€» w 

ifc tftHjld liiiiotm su- 
nlit jfti frolrwf 



Shorten, v. 
Short-lived, a. 
Shortly, adv. 



553 

*fa Itf i& tiu *m Ufrsm 



Shortly afterward q$/ jjimiim wfo 



Shot, v. 
Shot, n. 
Two shots 
Should, v. 
Shoulder, n. 
Shoulder, v. 



an d*w"u 



b6b urn 1SA00J 
$n tin §ntflfl 
aiwiJfo 

wctfitn tii ' tfiltmi 

mm tm tii Is ill to tm th 



Shoulder-blade, n. nngfl th 



Shout, n.' 
.Shout, v. 
Shove, v. 






Shf»w, v. Shown h " ilium 4 foufta uarw ltf|' 



Shower, n> 

Shower-bath, n. 

v 

. Shrewd, a. 

Shrewdness, n. 

Shriek, n. 

Shrill, a. 

Shrimp, »k 

Shrine, n. * 

Shrink, v. Shrank, , 1 

Shran^ShruDken^ ^ "™ 



Ju wn wi w& fJt4 w will du 

ms nui >fi du ■ ; ; - 

mnAva tin ifau imnu 
ww avian 



Shrivel, V. 


554 


Shroud, «» 
Shrub, *. 
Shrubbery, ft. 
Shudder, *. 


■wi5<Mifcfto ■ 


.Shun, v. 


•mi ifc wto iou ikw v&n 


Shut,*. 


da 


Shut up 


^5 tin* tKij 


Shut the eyes 


wftim 


Shutter, n. 


tnu intfo th ib 


Shy, a. 
Bick, a. 
Sicken, v. 


una n*1 tfntrai 
tiro Ai Atkim ftrv 


Sickle, *. 
Sickly, a. 


>Jh *Jfu itlutjR dtro i ana to * & & v'" 


Sick (of prince) 
Sickness, n. 
Side, «. 
Side, t>. 


;tfew 
WTM^titbu 


Side-saddle^ n. 


mu+rt 


Sieve, *. 


fOifW 1W 


sift, v. 

Sigh, «. 
Sight, *. 


MM 



/^*- 





555 


Sight, v< 


^put^u it*. 


"Sightless, a. 


4j jjoj^ iffa '.■'«•) tioir 


Sign, n. 


^iru| njrmu !tiy 


Sign, v. 


$14 4o 


Make signs 


Vfrltj' l^ffipfaj wnu tfiriftj 


Signal, n. 


iAw vojiy im fnrinj 


Signature, n. 


TIO ^i A\i\l Rwff'niii fto R1U $u 


Signer, n. 


^u ^p 


Signet, «. 


wn 


Significant, a. 


fa il)u ^IflOj 


Signify, v. 


ttUtlu ^IRTU tofh 


Sign-post, n. 


mitjiy . 


Silence, n. 


tWU fo FIQUJ IhJU 


Silent, a. 


& ihju tUtft dnfo 


Silent (letter) 


tfhw niJiiB«f 


Silk, n. 


dllwu <Sl-iim 


!l!lk-worm, n. 


' rffUiJ 


Silky, a. 


. wfctmlmi tfi fik\m iflu »Ki m 


Sill^n. 


ujaitkg 


^jpa. # 


t&R i-BM. ti t!i. 


Silver, n. 


'Ou . flu idu iitJu ifftiw flu 


^Silver-smith, n. 


- . tu flu ■ ■ " 


Similar, a. ' 


flriitiFiSt MQiifm. R^nXi ilifaiTa^^fiQit, 


Simple, a. 


iiy A^ia "• 



556 

Simply, adv. u ^ tfjyj fa m ^ ^ 

Sin, * RTW tnd 011WR 

Sin, v. tflUttl WSjlumJOpflfi 

Siace, adv. ft u$ u«S hqu in fl& liffa 

Sincere, a. «fo uft y*ftn 

Sinew, a. ^ t g u iiKl i8u 

Sinful, a. 4* £ till] tJTll JJin 4l 3J UTll &U1 

Sinfulness, n. F13U1 tntl 

Sing, v., Sang, fej fej 1||W dill ifcll Itlll «IM 

Singapore, «. aim &JA itli 

Singora, n ifioiiMW 

Singing-book, n. numo u^ MUJ 

Singing of birds i&y: ufl fel 

The art of singing >jn tu fcjj 

Single, a. ifi^jQ flh VlOfl ifctn OU ilitJl iftu 

Singly, adv. ii«R ^iwy? tin oil ifafi 

Singular, a. itn faitf 0*U iftw ^ tlcwum 

Sink, v. Sunk, ^W^tf <WJ <tti wfirttl 

Sank, Sunken 

Sinless, a. thvum tntl llfly 

Sinlessnew, ». tbwm PiTttJ yd ^, 

Sinner, ». fitt tml ^Uttl 

Sip, i» ■ fiu *U to 

Siphon, n. iAm .mull ui 

Sir, n. .^ WW t4l Wfii ■ 





i 


557 


Sire, n. 


fa fa \friQR w»4i nwu Ru 


Sirih-Ieaf, n. 


Iti W| 




Sister, n. (older) 


fiara 




Sister, n.(yoiroger) ifoj $-q 




Sit, v. Sat 


ui tir o^j 


1 


Sitting, n. 


msiAJoy 


<u o^j inx o^J 


Situated, a. 


4j m oy 


tm «j tfc4i a^J 


Situation, «. 


WTiifitil ^1 




Six, a. 


Wl 




Six-fold, a, ■ 


wniYii 




Sixteen, a. 


»u v*n 




^Sixteenth, a.. 


$ §u wn 




Sixth, a. 


6 wn 




Sixty, a. 


wn £u 




Size, n v 


•uvna 




Size, «. 


Ol WUI Wfl 


Middle size 


win naif 


d"iun«rw 


Skate, a. 


tiai nsrim 


i mfri «m#ithwfti dtau trntfuA: 


Skein, n. 


ifojfoj 


Is Iwjj 


Skeleton, «. 


rwrwijin 


Wncjn hi. tfw 


Skeptic, n. 


•fjfri aura 


J fljJ l^w 


Sketch, n. 


ylrfuu 


$1™ • 


Sketch, v. 


Amu hi 


^ • * 


Sketcher, n. 


fritouni 



Skiff, * 


558 


Skill, 71. 


dfio ilium 


Skilled, a. 
Skillful, a. 




Skin, n. 


Qq mtXi to von 


Skin, v. 


■twin w8 son wolf 


Skip, v. 


Tur^uii ^J njrtfifi am 


Skipper, n. 


l4illlW&B,f5l ' 


Skirt, n. 


lib imlu utw mil In tri »u 


Skull, a. 


rurtwan wit: noma «&: 


Sky, n. 
Slab, ti. 




Slack, a, . 


wdtm wutw tnu 


Slack, v. 


Hi ItfWotl l^tjU tfof) 


Slack water 


\?ilOQ 


Slacken, V, 


ihllfawiMuril tflj 


Slander, v. 


*b ifain (Him 


Slanderer, n. 


$TJwn ^iinallsf am 


Slant, tt, 


Rmi iqu iGm n:ufii 


Slap, tt. 


rnj an dfti to 


Slate,«t*. 


nttfnu «aiwu 


Slating, n. 
Slaughter, n. 


mj Vf flu njtuTu uwu ^ wiW ai 



SUughter-hAe,n^i Jhflftl *1 ifof TRI 



559 

Slave, n. (Female) wy y>rf)j ym 
Boyal slaves ^j m ^ m m7i 

Slave-holder, w. ^j) yny 
Slavery, n. nu y\ fio YlTtt 

Slay, t. Slew, Slain «jh tljrms tHr 



Sledge, n. 


i&BU '^uWjmhlWllh 


Sleek, a. 


mSiw &U 


Sleep, v. Slept 


UQU UQU VWfc W. flTOJ Vllft] 


Sleeper, n. 


^uqu ^wsli Tin Sou 


Sleeper, n. 


roiim wyu n? rolrl / 


Sleeping, a. 


tlim UQ\4 W UBU Wfftj Q|j 


Sleepily, adv. 


usb vra utm tnsi iw ubu 


Sleepiness, n. 


FTCTU HT3 UQU 


Sleepless, a. 


uoulil wrIj folil Hauld" 


Sleepy, a. 


VCQ UBU b IW1 


Sleeve, n. 


unu mo 


Slender, a. 


tra&n utj oouuutjtnr cw 


Slept, V. 


.tfavuiik Sleep 


Slew, v. • 


nr\9\ uw Slap 


Slice, ft*. 


fbu Hu tfc. limi 


Slice, v. 


tfaulu^un «#i i^hifniluli 


SUd**. Slid, Slid- dta, W w wnarffcltl 
Slide away * IWt iftAtl 


Slight, a. 


4i 5 jn 4i\! utltim $tm in 



Slight, v. 
Slim, a. 
^ Slip, v. 
Slipper, n. 
Slippery, a. 
Slippery plsoo 
"Slit, v. 
Sliver, n. 
Slope, «, 
Sloping, a. ,, 
^Sloppy, «. 
^Slothful, a. 
Slow, a. 
Slowly, adv. 
Slowness, n. 
Sluggard, w* 
Sluggish) n. 
Vslumber, v. 
Slur, v. 
Slut, n. 

^Slyly, adv. 
^Slyness, n. 
Small,* ; 



560 

tfcjjm aim ^ KJJU 
ira fttn $J ton Jfn 
warn ifouwia 8u 

ID! itfl llflt 

tli <h an vnu sjtj 

iou aw 
iouj ey 4i «1« 

$rt onmj rwuftot. 

fiaw 

MWjtlw Wia'tii* 

iSn i&u VkOfi i^iw . 



SmaUoess, n. 


561 


Smart, a. 


ii$tu m\ n\i &m 


Smart, v. 
Smash, v. 




Smear, v. 


an*u ill 


Smell, n. 


nSu 


Smell, v. Smelt 


wu rjj nJhi 


Smelt, v. 
Smile, v. 




Smile, n. 


. wilifoj 


Smiling, a. 
Smite, v. Smote, 

Smitten 
Smiter, n. 

Smith, n. 




Goldsmith, n. 


ihj mw 


Smoke, n. 


frfll rwIvI 


8moke of a cigar 
Smoke, v. 


|tl (tjt6) till' 


Smoked fish 


tlaishj 


Smoker, n. 


ftll 


Smokineea, n. 


rm ^i £i «fo inn 


Smoky, a. 


ull4R& rffil fa/ flfa rJuUjJJ 


Smooth, &. 


mittjj imjB 


Smoothness, n. 


WTftjihminSiiJ 



Smote; v. 


m 

ofifl \m Smite 


>f Smuggle, v. 


ROtl m IB1 HQI 1-01 QDfl 


Snag,, n. . 


woU'Ji 


) Snail, n.'. 


noutij wou yim 


Snake, n. 


^ OWfiflj/ 


v # Snafcy, a. 

1L Poisonous snake 
**K Year of the Little 
Snake 
Snare, n. 




Snare, v. 


fm faj wnifr 


Lay a snare 


ifh tro 


Snare of the devil 


! tfaura 


Snatch, v. 


my ioi slj ra ^i ro 


Sneer, t». 


Krcisfo tdywvttj isfowJU 


Sneeze, v. 


■*"04 /' - - 


Snicker, v. 


w ire %i •] tf3 irc njfu •] 


Snipe, n. 


un dm *i^j4 


Snout, m. 


^yn ^nj m 


Snore, v. 


UBU rim nju 


Snow, «. 


ftoc. JidliiA 


Snow-shoe, n. 


jm i^fi ifiu tm flw: 


Snow-white* a., 


*DT3 ouii-ftojj. ulfuS aslm foe 


' Snowy, <$. 


win toe'.' iiro.toc 



^'•fnuif, n. *n ifo^f 



,563 



< Snuff, v. 


ifti sn ifo^f 


y Snuff, box 


•bm tn-ilfo^ 


V Snug, a. 


•^u artny 


So, adv. 


tiSJTJ iffol i«BUUU mhlt& 


If 80 




So much 


■ifai*V|5]fi' -tftou*wi& 


So that 


iftflH V$3T 


Soak, v. 


. hit l^idyntun 


Soap, n. 


^tf 


Scented soap 


aqj wow 


Soap -stone, n. 


flufiou 


Soap-suds, n. 


rim ar^i iff any 


Soapy, a. 


i<hu my , au #kj ar^ 


Soar, v. 


(juJbu JBUftf 


Sob, v 


flllU fifiid 


Sober, a. 


osi-w tlsnfi \u 3ju iw 


Sociable, a. 


iflio mj attorn 


Social, a. 


eta mj tljrjixj ttziiifn uw riu ttoiflr 


Social Committee 


• nmima iftufir 


Society, n. 


arm «tan artrojj fmYmnflij 


Sock, 7i. 


^ 1111 sru ^ wrtnvi *fo 


Socket, n. 


^i?ivJIj fcln •) iifoitero 


Sod, n. * 


rtou fivi uift 


Sofa, n. 


tfajHou m 



Soft, a. 
Soften, v. 
Softly, adv. 
Softness, n. 
Soil, n. 
Soil, v. 
Sojourn, v. 
Solar, a. 
Sold, v. 
Solder, v. 
Solder, n. 
Soldier, n. 
Soldierly, a. 
Sole, n. 
Solely, adv. 
Solemnity, n. 
Solicit, v. 
Solicitude, n. 
Solid, <*. 
Not solid 
Solidify, v, 
* Solidity, n. 
Solidly, adv. 
Solitary, a. 



564 

iROt'fl BB14 QOU \h}4 
. fITBJ OOti ll»4 

ifhltt'tflflfljn Vhltwflou 

tfo o^j fo hi oiflfa 

uw we oiftatf 

orw iiw Sell 

tJRfil* tksmi ' iitiu tfnift 

tJnfll m tfcarm 

nwu 

mwnr otlvrovb 

di nfc dm irfto w& 

aii ru ifiui ^totc un 

m tmim mi f*1 

flmi >m 

iiiiu ii4i • unlfr inlu jfti 

rjjdu flaou!^ 

rtoj mm jju rtw J& Rl 
tfM 1& M IRtt iA mi 

$ fiuu <l 5j i3i ri iditn 



Solitude, ft. 

Solubility, n. 

Soluble, a. 

Solution, Tji. 

Solve, v 

Some, a. 
Somer-sault, \ 
Somer-set, j n ' 
Some-body, n. 

Something, n. 

Sometimes, adv. 

Somewhere, adv. 

Give me some 

Somewhat, n. 

Somnific, a. 

Somnoient, a. 

Son, n. 

Song, n. 

Soon-, adv. 

As soon as 

Sooner or later 

Soot, w. 

Soothe, v. 

Soothsayer, n. 

Sootiness* ». 



565 

RTOJ ihlU R3T3J to FI7HI Itl&W Itlfil . 
R7BJ «:«1tJ 

rii oluiy u* a:«tu «ioi 
fin inflii tftmu fin boo 
tfw an vmqu vAj 
nij ifSu wn rujju 

tJTJ RU ^U "| flU fl& 
fc.V»wfcl»i OlljtJW 
»"» V\ UTJ $ 

tnuiw- ^ilfi umj vu 

«dq till Ids n lifafti 

ijtj ifh mm vmv v&x 

S$3 m en wiou tkifiij} 

wo *i: iio «W£ imq 

C «ft tf UTU 

will' 

ifciai tktau liaou tm* inta rmsjj 

fmu wjqr tn * DllU 

0TOJ »SqU 19jh 



566 

Sorcerer, n. flat) fl ny y^ 6 

Sorcery, n. nUWlft Hh 1^1 l+ifl 

Sore, n. $u uw« tllfl ii&W li«a ItltKJ 

Sore, adv. \fM tbfl <*f\ 

Soreness, «. btoj jjftj tbfl u«a rtw fctW 

'Sorrow n. >miM pn/ RT»J. J&J 1*? 

Sorrowful, a, -itlu^mfSih ta flrfifl 

Sorry, a. ifoj ma M WTJ mil Va 

Sort, n. «&tifl tKiTJ 

fio'rt, v. "ftlitluirfto*! mJnduwn''} 

. Sortable, a, tm <fc idtl «&Qn •) Itf" 

So-so, a. otlu row tjyii \& »: 

Sought, v. flftfl uw £ee£ '' 

Soul, n. ^njnjmi *wta 

Sound, a. arm tlmJS 

Sound, n ifttJJ ffafttU ITOUfltl flu Tfclfl) § fi ^ 

Sound, v. Mtfp wWtmMmhj amifojj uiiwuim 

Sweet sound lftwllMT. 

Soundness, n, flTBJimm djnft % 

Soup, n.. tfilfitJlfo 

8our, a. ilftw 

Sotir. v. yiutl&n 

Sourness, n. Rmiill1u2 

Source, *. Utyttfa&fta wnfijw fSui^f 



567 

South, n.. fi n \fr 

South wind a3J sin $ n \tf 

Southeast, n. .fjfl aft SQr) ifojjltf' 

Southwest, n. fin n fa nn i&wltf' 

Southern, a. mfo fi n Itf" q-m f)n \fr 

Southern-most, a. «rw fiR Irf* 

Southward, adv. vm fin lif 

Souvenir, n. -oqj j:nn 

Sovereign, «. ^fljQtJ RJM lljatlH Du o1nr|t* nm si douif 

Sow, -n. ^rnj tf i&j 

Sow, v. Sown . viTM ViPM m 

Sower, n. jj'vmu 

Space, w. Eli: tw 

Spacious, a. 'nilnmj 

Spaciousness, n. rtbj nJw 17U 

8pade, n. imu wsfi wifo 

Spade, v. JJR dftj i&SJ34 

Span, n. liFl FIU 3^1 gl wftl 

Spaniel, u. qnlh^mflfl vA* 

Spanish, a. litfa tkivifl flCitlu 

Spank, v. flu $3U ill 3JQ 

Spanner, n. tJOJUS rffcj jl jfwft) Hi ulJu 

Spare, v. VfoJfsfa tmnutf fluid* 

Spark, ft. llcniulll 





ms 


8parkle, v. 


ithi in ifcrny 


Sparrow, n. 


un nsrson 


8parrow hawk 


wtim fflilnj 


Sparse, a. 


urtj-|- ^iii^hlii 


^/Spatula, n. 


my 5fo tin ijwffj Ran i $ & 


Spawn, n. 


li tlai 


Speak, v. Bpoke, 
Spoken 


ga na-n ri 


Speaking, n. 


nu qfi rh$ ^* 


Speaker, n. 


$Yiai3 fpn 


Spear, n. 


won * 


Spear, v. 


mm rf&j won Vf nan 


Special, a. 


fltmt 4um: 'taufaj 


Special train 


rolil ftimt 


y( Special S&b-Com 
mittee 


* nrnmu arm film* 


•^Specify, v. 


iins *ft rclftwrc 


X Specimen, n. 


rf5 otj-w i6w flint 


yi Speck, n. 


^u twiiny- 


VSpeckle, w. 


}n i#n i 


Speckle, a. 


'1W ^fl iSfn.*!' i fi }« iffo «| 


Spectacle, n. 


n? jfiwftl p 


Spectacles, n. pi. 


iik m aatw m&ui/ 


Spectator, n. 


f j f iHu 


Speculate, t>. 


4ft> ittlS -ritl' itn'ttlrtf fti i 


Speech, n. 


tcuh #» tfeti di na'u % 



9, a. 
Speed, v. Sped 
Speedily, adv. 
SpeedineBS, ». 
Speedy, a. 
Spell, v. Spelt 
Spelling-book, n. 
Spend, v. Spent 
Spend -thrift, n. 
Sperm, n. 
Spermatic; a. 
Spew, v. 
Sphere, n. 
Spherical, a. 
Spice, ft. 
Spice, *. 
, Spicy, a. 
Spider, n. 
Spike, n. 
Spill, v Spilt 
Spin, i>. Spun 
Spinach, n. 
Spine, n. 
Spinster, n. 



569 

«y raultl 511 

RTOjItJ 13 J RTB4 JM & 

mmn tin ann tfhw 



UW 141 

uva UM 

If* IflJlH 1VIR JJ irfjfiJ lYIff 
JUJA1 ^13J 

dnuu 



Spiral, a. 


570 

4* fom iilw inaui 


Spire, n. 


iiqw utwu annad 


spirit, n. 


Tnjnpcu §m ^fn p«n uj| : 


Spiritual, <j. 


uw ^rynjim • -iitw^w. 


Spit, n. 


u*aTtj w»mm. 


$pit, v. 


tfiu via™ 


Spite, n. 


hmim 


Spite, v. 


do u^v fio a Wtflji yn mnum 


Spiteful, a. 


4j e^n wuiuttj 


Spittle, n. 


w any wkww: 


Spittoon, n. 


ncttm wjr^wimwft 


Splash, v. 


raatfu ana 


Splash" sound of 
one washing in 
water 


ifojJ 4tJ34 


Spleen, n. 


jJIn 


Splendid, a. 


fy'fliw «rh 


Splice, t». 


ita daia ifa irfhi 


Splint, n. 


idon 


Splinter, v. 


rawc unn 


Splinter, n. 


i^Utl 


Split, v. 


wi iilu 4n *| 


Spoil, v. Spoilt 


Vh ItMip Vh ifa *hj «n tfaw 


Spoil, n. 


rati urn mil 


Spoke, v. 


ttri« iiw j§p60& 



571 

Spoke(of awheel)» m fa %fo 



8ponge, n. 


jfejuV 




Sponge, 9. 


Vfafej Ji p rifo 




Spontaneous, a. 


4l itlu iW 4l $JJ 1*J 




Spool, ?a> 


VtAQfl WRQn ffcj 




Spoon ft. 


•feu ttammaftitf 




Spoonful, ft. 


iSfjj *3bu wh 4im au* 




Sport, ft. 


to uaau mi n iiwrrarfrm 


Sports Committee tmimi tfrm 




Spot, n. 


fn }n#i tfrnft wafltt 


lfal» ft 


Spotless, a. 


tlnn^m uaflu t&jifi 




Spotlessly, ac&v. 


WViftutflu 




Spotlessnoss, ft. 


rtoj tlrmm nft 




Spptty, a. 


^ ilfjjlil dfa }fi 




Spouse, ft. 


eJ5 rito mfi fmtn 




Spout, ft. 


wu.ni 




Sprain, ft. 


iflfSn 




Sprain, v. 


VhltfiflSfn uaanntfo 




8f>ray, n. 


doii tfii tiu iilu lieu 




Sprang, «. 


tti n uw Spring 




Spread, «. 


aui iiwi Mfiiu na* ntm 


il 


Spread abroad 


tljrm« tliJtJjrpirt idiafiMlfftihtm 


8pread( a carpet) j|w»J 




Sprightly, «, 


Wb "b 





8pring, p. 

Sprang 

Spring, n. 

Sprinkle, v. 
Sprinkling, n 
Sprout, n. 
"Sprout, #. 
Spur. it. 
SpuriouB.ii. 
Spy, *. 
Spy, i». 
Spy-glass, n. 
Squall, n. 
Squander, o. 
8<§|g*rvfc. 
Square, a, 
Squash, n« 
Squat,*. 
Squeal, «<• 
SqueaJ, n. 
Squeeze, v. 
Squint, «. 
Squirrel, n. 
Squirt, v. 
8tab, *. 



» mrtfifi" 
mw <fhjTn tionr. vij 
tteftsu. .Iftr Itln* 

nn tteimj, 

wield', 

ttonnm>*ftloiu 
.djfh ifatisotidi 
ifo iJiiew Tw iiif 
rtturonmuj Ruuofjriw 

nifeififM 

•Vfotlfo* ' 

lin mm ftn mioi 

j^i &» #& '»&., 
'tuftsin*.- 

IIU ftlfc 





673% 


Stable, a. 


4i R9 ft ')& » 


Stable, u. 


iw tf iift $rro 


Stable, o. 


fa hAjj itftat 


Stack, n. 


nm dii noi wnjl 


Staff, ». 


Itfnfa tm 


Stag, n. 


ngu *ft ^ 


Stage, n. 


fiu un 4u itlti A unm fiu 


Stagger, ». 


*U ii ^un i«n 


Staid, ». 


o&w uw Stay 


Stain, ». 


VhltfinjtM tfilifaflim 


Stain, n. 


n$ u»?lu iviw 


Stainless, a. 


^$Ta* fi UftfiU ttJJfl uftfh* 


Stair, n 


&tfl/u 


Staircase, n. 


iiU tfclfl 


Stake, n 


wrih ftmfaifti 


Stalactite, n. 


ftutfcu 


Stale* a. 


$* $* *v 


Stalk, n. 


iCiiHiV 


Stall, n. 


ftu aW o UratmlJ' 


Stammer, v. 


fitiduthi |(fi rfb iitr 


8ta*np, n. 


fivfin 


Stamp, v, 


njr<iu M an ttewfj un 


8tand, v Stood 


6m i6oy rfiw'tnj 


SUnd, «. 


hu ( .vw w ) till 



Standard, u. 
Standing, a. 
Stand-still, n. 
Star, n. 
North star 
Star-board, n. 
Starch, n. 
Starch, v. 
8tare, v. 
Starless, a. 
Starlight, n. 
Starry, a. 
Start, v. 
Startle, t>. 
Starvation, rt. 
Starve, v. 
State, n. 
State, v 
Statedly, adv. 
Stately, a. 
Statement, *. 
Statesman! ft. 
Station, «. 
Stationery, *. 



$74 

& nl Q^j iwof tft flu Ity 
vtyK&ay (iuuY 

•ail w 3jq nw ri-»u\4 

lh v-fo u* u& i-li 

a* in utii i 4 ^ tfi \tfu& fhy u& i*b1 

#1*5'$ flTQ 
UM flTJ 

&i Vh a^S m fa con *m 

atw on qwtj pmy «* otrm emu rtUfin 
on osnn dw aum •w my 

nfiTJ ii . Itf tteu'tfi : ti U ami ft *§ *l3T 

min dmi *n# — 

-^luinjltt-nvwou'-njiw 

twifo . #ratO v # tuyw mjH - tfwmii 



575 

Statue, n. gj viae $J unr 

Stature, n. ^| jtj ^jj Qvi 

Statute, n. fttjwmj «fo tfipftj 

Stay, v. Staid - \m iff Wfl Ojj Flioy 0|j inaltl ifeift pu' 

Stead, n. $ uvm 

Steadily, adv. rfftj mJ uqu ^lifl llUlil 

Steady, a. &<m lju Fir il^U 

Steal, v. Stole, ■^ ..* • • . 

Stolen Rn ™ u - ^™ 

Steam, n. 1q vK iflOW Rft ifr 

Steam, v. l«f<nj iiauld 

Under steam fiflld wfojj 
^Steam-boiler, n. fljfo uS ftollJ 

Steamer, w. dlCjli^yJ fta nal*l 

Steel, n. wan na*l JWffn R 

Temper steel ^tl m#n 

Steelyard, n. fin J 

Steep, n k 1M 

Steep, v. id waJfl 

Steepness, n. RTBJ Hi 

Steeple, n. WO 3I«5 

Steer, v. fit) ifttl fio tttt ifff] fto 

Steersman, n. mi f»Q tffcj ita 
Steer, n. v^ttyu 35 flOU 

Stem, n. ffiu 





576 


Stench, rj. 


R7BJ IW&4 


Step, v. 


'lilflllh iftuT^t/ 


Step, ». 


PTU t1*Q V&l IBU lift 


Steps, ,n. 


uVU 


Step-child, n. 


^ififiiyr ywfynjwi) 


Step-father, n. 


Cf)i t$w 


Step-mother, n. 


*njm i8w 


Sterile, a. 


wJu rfUfiTJ 


Stem, a. 


-iMJflfll ifttiU irfttJU 


Stern, n. 


iftu 


Sternum, n. 


•rorpn ill on 


Sternal, a. 


mw njrgn tin on 


Stertorous, a. 


vmj 1*) mu 


Stethoscope, n. 


iifttM fii tltifj 


Stew, v. 


tfin^l 


Steward, n. 


ffW $J4 Ifffiw Flt4 VKi ife* 


Stick, n. 


njajw ^ liS'nfi uw . 


Stick, v. Stuck 


fjnl^ uw ftftmiu §tal5f 


Sticklac, n. 


*ft 


Sticky, o. 


into? mftwmJtr*) 


Stiff, a. 


i$t ffto 


Stiffen, v. 


tfitiMi 


Stile, n. 


titllfl faifi 


Still, a<fo. 


t& toranH* iriKtto 



Still, v. 

Still, «. 

Still, a. 

Still more 

Still- born, n. 

Stillness, «. 

Stimulate, v. 

Sting, «. (toes) 

Sting> v. Stung 

VStmgy, a. 

^£tingines8, «. 
y Stink, v Stank, 
Stank 
Stipulation, n. 

Stipulate, v. 

Stir, y. 

Stirrup, n. 

Stitch, *. 

Stitch, v 

Stock, n. 

Out of stock 

Stock account 

Stockade, n. 

Stock -holder, n. 

Stocking, n. 



577 

tfilifCii DhltHtotmiu 
u&m n*fo 

to tih .tiffin 
rfow tfofln 
RTtti jHju «rlr» 

wSn lu uw uujm fii 
i»oy $to aw 

ami wflw ajrvm 

lifiwJta littHnSuiviSfo «. ntoiifAr 

itwtw an ai nu 

luttifio-mY njtfn Iwy fortTii lu nau 

jbu i8u «:tffu 
\wrf1 yt us urn- 



Stole, \ 
Stolen, J * 
Stomach, n. 


578 
ofto iiw Steal 
rmwx. owu 


Stone, «. 


flu fai iSjii lu waltf 


Stone, v. 


4Q1 &U ^54 101 WU til 


Stone-cutter, it. 


ibwi: niiiarrihfifli 


Stoniness, n. 


ami i A rnrwli ( nm ftai ) 


Stony, a. 


^ ii fcu urn 


Stood, v. 


efcw ii w Stowrf 


Stool, n. 


rii 50i nil psu: rS vAi 


Stoop, v, 


rfti fftimy 


Stop, v. 
Stop (a hole) 




Stopping-place, 


n. ^i wh ^i dtj iff 


Store, n. 
Store, v. 


iffa trawl}' ' JfnnTjfC im ) 


Store-house, n. 


tjjlfofW 


Stork, n. 
Storm, it. 
Story, n. 
Stout, a. 


unnani 

6oir» . .^iiii^i & 

fe* •ii&jw ih - ( rftan ) i&fiu) 


Stove, n. 
Stow, v. 


iimrfln 


Straddle, v. 


Knnwfw' 


Straight, a. 


inn- ifatusnt itariw* 



Straighten, v. 

Straightneae, n. 

Straightway, adv. 

Strain, v. 

Strait, a. 

Straiten, v. 

Stramonium, w. 

Strange, «. 

Strangeness, n. 

Stranger, t». 

Straugle, v. 

Strangulation, n. 

Strap, «. 

Strategy, n. 

Straw, n. 

Stray, v. 

Stream, n. 

Stream, v. 

Street, n. 

Strenght, n. 
Beyond one's 

strenght, 
Strenghten, v. 

Strenuous, a. 

Stretch, v. 



679 

ifa rfli ltfwi 

Rjw 4o mi W&J wi 

Iw tlrafcui ifti mi ^i 

tnn uru w. tmnimi 

ifitw 

tkwflTW mlmv 

firm mian tljrwjwi 

umn tfh* Fii4 fin djavfl imn ifioi 

(to Pie inu rife »u w»u ta su enu 

m? fiti ft su fiui, 

mumiS itrjwtu tun ml! anuita 

tfm fi Vkj mroui fhn yiwmwuf 

fill Wljifhl 

ww viai sm mi mn wsfo 
tfitfeu miiKta* fta nEu«rJr 

!*» ttlu fmuff 
tTOU tin i8u 

li^fi tlifJl <u Vh Uufo mi 4u 

ftmV 4ft!lftfw 

^1 WW Ml H1U 



580 
Stretch out (hand) mdtifl ( $Q ) (hi 3JQ 
Stretcher, n. twi ( WBJ FM i^tJ ) 

Strew, r. Strewn fiR^Itt ttlttJ IJU fiU 
Strict, a. fftj tflfe fa flW Hi 

Strictly, adv. tflU IRJJ tfoj & tmJ JlU 

Stride v Strode, ^fo^ 
Stridden 

Strife, n. mj tfenw nu jto ifojj mj urn mi* 

Strike, v. Struck, * nj:y)tJ ^ ^ fo^fo 
« Stricken 



String, n. 

Stringy, a. 

Strip, v. 

Strip, n. 
Strive, v. Strov, 

Striven 
8triver, w. 

Stroke, v. 

At one stroke 

Stroll, t>. 

Strong, a. 

Strongly, adv. 

Strove, v. 

Struck, t>. 

Structure, 91* 

Struggle, «. 

Strang, v. 



tin* - iteniSfn*] 
uJu'inti inftw itiuufu 

mJSbJ tfal) SOD QBfl 

#ny inu idiA *] 

eof ^rfa mnCr&j uniutli 

fwrutair mntiui 

$ $ wih §u itej Sto idl 

tlQf» ito? 

ofai aw Strive 
ofta uw Sfn^ 
Hsu $1 h W 

•Jtfmtif String 



Stru\, v. 
Strychnine, «. 
Stub, ». 
Stubborn, a. 
Stubborness, n. 
Stuck, t>. 
Student, n. 
Studied, a. 
Studious, a. 
Studioustie88, *. . 
Study, n. 
Study, u. 
Stuff, n. 
Stuff, v. 
Stumble, v. 
Stump, n. 
Stump, v. 
Stung, v. 

Stupid, a. 
Stupidity, \ 
Stupidness, J . * 
Sturdy, a. 

Stutter, v. 

Stutterer, n. 

Sty, n. 



581 

&\i nip nnu iftotmw •[, ifiu mm* 

btoj row ami Ifo ^ku 

Warn no* rm 8n aw liVfr 

R3ui wAi iai (fcm 
ma lav'Uyu ftnw>in 

ifio cJl irnoi 

tlJJ^ Isfilliu ifoi tip Ifllm 

orin uw iS/lw^r 

Xnn mi Ob flryryi ti 

Rraititttw ww reo: in 

| fi ithi tin 



Style,* 
Suasion, fi» 

Subcommittee, * 
Subdue, v. 
Subduer, n. 
Subject, n. 
Subject, t;. 
Subject to 
8ubjeetion, n. 
8ubhme, a, 
Sublingual, a* 
Submarine, a> 
Submerge, v. 
Submersion, n. 
Submission, n» 
Submit, v. 

Submit a petition 

m 
Subpoena, n. 

Subprena, v % 

Subscribe, v. 

Subscription, «. 

Subsequent, «. 

Subside, v. 

Subsist, iy 



w 582 

•iHo 

ift ib fo$ rw tjjj In A?™ iJnpijQi 
o\| -fa *; ^u un 

rnj ^jj w 

firw sou 140JJ pmu-ofi vm 

tltt 6l4 810 ill 6l4 UQ34 Wft| 

wj-kj ma Sun wtnu 

w4o &w&&3 fluff 
By &iTi mj a* ^o 
jrnwfft riomrnsmfls 
a« ftftj null fin m 
4vi $*to dlttt In * 



Substantial, a. . 
Substitute, n. 
Substitute, v. 
Subterranean, a. 
Subtile, a. 
Subtleness, n. 
Subtract, v. 
Subtraction, n. 
Succeed, v. 
Success, n. 
Successful, a. 
Succession, n. 
Successive, <k 
Successor, 7U 
Succor, v. 

Succumb, v. 

Such, a. 

Suck, v. 

Sucker, n. 

Suction, n. 

Suckle, v. 

Suckling, 71. 

Sudden, a. 

Suddenly, adv. 



583 

4j0^U7iu tnilTtt 

film iml? $ji4 atw mtiu iiwajj Wtb 91ml 
»u rih *fo 

Vrni V»m ifituii u*m jHta 

ms $ du wo i nu *n lu »t> tiulti 
witou rtti wo in itlu a'wtj 

l«BU ffcfi ATO& 
(ft - 



584 
Sudorific, n. tn *fo h$q 

Sue,*;. ifotflQIftltfltfljr 

Suffer, v. onmu arltfVfo dRBultf 

Suffering, n. riu km fmia Aj nu imftra pntf wnw ifunrt 

Suffice* »> 110 nil ftB'tlsftlff wo Is 

8a%re»t.fc liM : -nn> nht& fiiiwOi 

Sufficiently. o<fo. «« ft tin Un ? mn m.crn «.* 'V^ 

Suffocate, v. lffonutfltt iflffo 

8uffocatioii, n. t fro ftrih Ji'ww' 

8ugar,n. tftmftYirti 

Sugar cane fa o*mi 

Sugar (cuke! «K aid- mm A mfcu 

Sugar (palm) AfiWt#m» 

Suggest, tr. itey!* ifctml* 

Suicide, n* flTT "Si Kli iff* 

8uicidal, «. UMrw4w\Ultt 

8uit, n. mi ttil nufe^^w 

Suit (of cloth) lEo ihftj W& 

Suitable, a. uwt idW nuflli "pnifoi toW 

y^aitablenoflf, n, ' Jtittmj Wttllfift 
Suite, ». nulfUDfklN Mbftftt fnft&i 

y^uitor,n. ^1W ff« 

\/3«n«*'«» 4h\im vtCssti ifiufit 



Sulphur, n. 
Sulphuro\i8,a 
Sultry, a 
} Sudi, n 
Summer, n. 
Summit, n 
SmnniOQ, w 
Issue summons 
Suuunoaer, n 
Suu, a. 
Sun. v 
Sunday, n 
Sunday -school, n. 
Sunder, v 
Sundial, n. 
Sundown, n. 
Sundries, n. 
Sundry, a. 
8ung, v. 
Sunk, v. 
Sunflower, n. 
Sunlight, n, 
8unrise, n. 
Sunset, n. 



585 
rib flu au rHi 

t]f JQU 

£ w»u tnr & **nu (ton 

nu di:?u unmm lu fa ciAwf 

lifniw sm rKi mm tmn 

uitfm fa iiww 

*»& an 

urn wn •] 

uln ,». with" 

oUfi uift tftwp 

Run unu «fr fion $hn3g 
«f7u *£ tnftatf 
aft $ji 



Sunshine, *». um iifin um firTtf um iififf 

Sunstroke, w. fim/«Bf)J um nrjfl' 

Sup, v. fotljrmu kw\ 
Superabundant, a. $ %m Mao aii 

Superb, a. mi twin .6 j 

Supercargo, w. vrj SITU W8J J fold 

Superficial, a. ftu *JW won 
Superficially, adv. ilffi to *j mil im 

Superfluous, a. m$o Vfl" ifiu jfoj nu 

Superhuman, a. 4j i$fl ifiu dniun Jjyittf ! 

Superintend, v. g fYff R3ti ^JJ 
Superintendent, «. ^g my 

Superior, a. Wu Tffl 

Superlative, a. Bill! |J 6 f ft 

Supernatural, a. iflu nil iw tflUfll Qw WJJJin 

Superstition, n. TT8 fif) UTCJ ffW 

' Supervise, v. HW fin 

Supervision, n. fi"B WW Wl * 

Supper, n. own itm 

Supplement, n» ill ita lR« #KI vnfifib 

Supplicate, v. d&U 3BU tm fttu 3*0 

Supplication,* *fttJ All 3BU HO 

Supply, v. mldf <fcvnl# 

Supply, w. m* A wrftow own 



587 

Support, v. tfi^ jnona pwwyn nu *y$ *X 

Supporter, n. - ^jfio mm jjTtfi^ 

Suppose, v. i^ii win 7i Firm 71 J$uii<fo 

Supposition, n. nu fnn mm nu mn pmia 

Suppress, v. nn $ w ife tfiim W&s Jhi 

guppurate, v. ifhlifafin WMM 

Suppuration, n. nu if>fl tnittf 

Supreme, a. Wj nil K?J WW 4* VOW 4* & 

Supremacy, 9k 8rtkJtm flJBJ Iwaj Qi 

Sure, a. Jill iW 

Surely, adih Wltl fi <h Itlv* UU 

Sureness, a. FI713J im rf 

Surety, n. tiiu tknu 

Surface, n. fan vl mfi 

Surface (oftha fa uemlki 

earth ) * 

Surgeon, ?k uwmu tlnrtWIi titia \m uww irrcunsii 

Surgery, tk >fll tlnriiilR MJfl nu dl efa eiu •) , 

Surmount, v. TM? TJU inu nil 

Surname, n. TIB 0V3 4o lf\U 

Surpass, v. ifiultl lAalt] VhltfjR lau CI* nil 

Surplus, n. flTU $ mat) 

Surplus, ck ifiu nil i e^i* nu 4t mao 

Surprise, v. tfcwaiflta wmh 

Surprising, (k $ IsfakwaiR fo filwmf 



Surrender, v. 

Surround, v. 

* Survey, t>» 

Survey, n. 

Surveying, tu 

Surveyor, n. 

Survive, v. 

Suspect, v> 

Suspend, v. 

Suspicion, ru 

Suspicious, a. 

Sustain, v. 

Sustenance, ft. 

Suture, n. 

Swallow, v. 

Swallow, n. 

Swam, v. 

Swamp, n. 

Swan, n. 

Swap, v. 

Swarm, n. 

Swarm of flies 

Sway, v. 
Swear, v. Swore, 
Sworn 



588 

«qu «fi un tity ilao^j & tiOJJ itf 
$bn « la 8*0 JJ {jt4 fihu u ' 

fl«S Ml ft ffl 

nu IS fa vfo i>wu il 

1*81 uwu ft 

^ws sin 

{j o'tyMfOu "utu nil 

wsftj flu Is Ijj Irts iiwuj U 

uhtu tfoy wlhtfai BU 

frauj may 

uS ajsra ui imuj Is 

^fl muu 5 w BR flU 

y: vh i£uj $w 

n&u gn vny aild 
un utj iiou 
ofta uw Swim 
mm tit 

nan id^uu 

^i v 3QU mu 

mjm 3u Ou sou 

it nfld ii ui 

imnawl mm djjnntu lii 



Sweat, t>. 


it&o son n iwo 


Sweaty, a. 


lUUn iWQ 


Sweep, v Swept 


fl310 


Sweet, a. 
Sweeten, v. 


wiu wqjj 


Vh Iw vmu tfi fyf ti^ifi 


Sweetness, n 


FJD3J MTW 


Sweetmeat, n. 


eja win! qjj tim win 


Sweh, n. 


tlttJ llij 


Swell, v. Swollen. 


.; inu nu im kto fa 


Swelling, n. 


aw a u^i 


Swept, v. 


eripi ww Sweep 



Swerve, v. thuiCKw waniiw 

Swift, a WW «ff & 

Swiftly, aciu. fftu fTisn sw fo IMJ Jfo 

Swiftness, n. A3UI iTjyg ami uau & 

Swim, ..Swam, ^ Jj 
Swum 

Swimmer, n, d'iiti U* 

Swindle, u. " rib tni 

Swine, n anj 

Swing, v. Swung una Iwi ifi Ina 

Swing, n. ms ufW $j «fi 

Swiss, n. tV dttHlfl tfhnfmuaurf' 

Switch, n. TaFftw tilt w$n Jti m 

Switch, ». i+i mi wSn i£im faiTifthfl 



Swoon, n. 
6 word, n. 
8wore, v. 
Syllable, n. 
Symmetry, «*. 
Symmetrical, «. 
Sympathize, v. 
Symptom, n. 
Symptomatic, a. 
Synagogue, ft, 
8yneope, n. 
Synoaymous, a. 
Synopsis, *. 
8ytu>m, n. 
Synovial, c 
8yatax, n. 
^(Syphilis, n. 
^©yphilitic, «. 
Syringe. «. 
Syringe, v. 
8yrup, n. 
System, n, 
Syitole, n. 



5J)0 

«tu naru ws: hot n&S 

oftft «w Swear 

wutifi dnfeja itearjj i^l iiiu tfi rou ifojf 

rtbj stjj ffu no 11 a* pn sfou 

•w wire rm |in mu 

aimi oimj shun j njiw aJfttro mla j ma lu 
iiw aims eta tibj w Vfoftiutm'tsfl V" 

m? itlu an fla vnli nij itlu au ffau *jft ftm 
am & 4j $ Is ww ifttn ffu 

ifio ml in *te 

mi u* m *] dtan *j wao 4b wi* *] 

Vb aw tibii tfi itlu iktsifl 

tjFityiy mufta tap maiW ffopa wa 

nwl;a muds 

nELsn fin 

ifidbu. iftifau 

ma ^ tftw aqlirci ^b r5 a: r{5 br lafta aon 



T 

Table, n. 

Round table 

Tablespoon, n, 

Tablespoonful, ». 

Tabletalk, n, 

Tack, n. 

Tack, v. 

Tactics, n. 

Tadpole, n. 

Taffy, n. 

Teal, n. 
Taenia,! 
Tenia, J n ' 
Tait'rail, n. 

Tag, n. 

Tail, n. 

Tailor, n. 

Taint, v. 
Take, v., Took, 

Taken 
Take off 

Take up 

Take back 

Take (a bouse) 



591 
T. 

rifiw vi too lu qTi to o5nr|tt 

tfenau 

*Btm mju Wj -iou <b$r Vftffv fnvro 

HUlfl ivil iS?3J "fifeU Itfflj Vfan B1WU 

nu aruvmi ififi u? joulfe 

inSfn pi^j & i^n *| ft'w tn 

8n ifau *i:^! i&Vi uau ilo rtr) vh Iw'lin rjU 

"Vai u w kiwis ni5 to utiu «fa3j vHiP wa i n 

§n nu ifto y"S itlii ^n u^i 

WW 13J 

flu 0)51 tklYIH SU 

wins mto utm urii iliisf" 

jtq rm vtin So riiuu 

Ram yn flfa ifan Q?iin Tio jhttfii £/tnj:itii 

w» fay L ww J 

in tin ttlti iSq 

Ittti uafiu yii Itfifty ^q a, nmi uaYiu 

ibi su ioi unit] itn ifaj dial 

da* iiISdj now 

wfto Vhriald <iivh ftntlu^: 

40i n??ti ^u nu \X 

vh fom 



592 
Take part (in) gj ft ^ ^ ^ ni5 fo ~ 

Take (by force) ^ a^ <il $fl W-y 

Take up (occupy) flu iUO ^i 

Take place ttl\i\d ' W3J ms 

Take (a picture of) tiltJ Sll 



Take (food) 


fudntnu ( own ) tfttnR 


To take car© 


mi U W jrfs 


Taking, a. 


him mW w jIi sin nulrw'imtjfl 5i»iffU 


Tale, n. 


Tale -bearer, n. 


rvj ail rii fjv* ihn uou 


Talent, n. 


Ayy 


Talk, v. 


jim gei urwiin lanac tlrTUa 


Talkative, a. 


•d'-w 5W dm <a 4* jrtw um 


Talker, n. 


$^fl ^auihipn 


Tall, a. 


f i ( I'J'ifto ^fla ) 


Tallow, n. 


Iti 1*0 1m a?if 


Tallow candle 


lYtaiiU 


Tally, n 


£b aruuu fc i& til 


Tally-man, n. 


RU ifili 83 fl14 U*tJ fl:UUU 


Talon, n. 


i^uun 


Tamarind, n. 


jj:tjui 


Tamable, a. 


4; *m Vh ljfa4oj*lff 4i i ta* ItfaWliF 


Tambourine, n. 


nam Jjn *| $1* & jgu 4li 


Tame, v. 


Vh ltu4w a. i4oi 



Tameness, n. 
Tamp, v. 
Tan, h. 
Tandem, n. 
Tangible, a. 
Tangibly ado 
Tangle, v. 
Tank. n. 
Tanner, n. 
Tannery, n. 
Tan -y anl, n. 

Tannic acid, n. 

Tantalize, v. 

Tap, c. 

Tape, n. 

Tape-line, n. 

Taper, n. 

Taper, v. 

Tape- worm, it- 
Tar, n. 

Tar, v. 

Tardiness, w. 

Tardily, adv. 

Tardy, a. 



593 

win itcoj 

tin wjjqu Itfamu \u j sriflfi sTa Itfamu 

itan will 

t(Ii 1^ j ( i e Qvi ifon iliu ) 

ru vJon vw 

$ itan vniS tw vlan 

»tu win mw vlon 

run luoj imiw 1119 auiu lu wa fiNB ft $ 

m iUT) R« ww 8fl iitlu n. fion ifi 

eft unu eft «nu iirtu 

inu unu ffwiti ffi 

iftau-ian 1 ifcn din rj 

Vh Ithlu? i^n m flou ton i^n at vh daw 

VlUQU Htm ( lu *M ) * Ml* tl*W 

ifi jju 8u 

miKilulM IftdiiJulmin 
ami ifou im btoj nam win 
rb« 1 ft *| 



594 



Target, ft. 


* 


Tariff, r*. 


flirin my 


Tarnish, V. 


Vh l**f3J Ufi$U V) 1 1^}J3 WJM 


Tarry, v. 


JQ rqu row vh *Jb y*j «fh *3l 


Tarsus, n. 


$o nspn uw «8q I'm 


Tart, a. 


4jtbflid*tn 


Tartan, n. 


t3i 71 d idu nan wmayw jrtntj a 


Tartar, n. 


flu ^|u j)u im: bfit3j flu 


Task, n. 


'mi rfwun e"m tfi mj pn innrfi 


Tassel, n. 


5 tfosj t\ fin jj £ $ 


Taste, v. 


$u fa jr £jpi Iffw fin \s \u m* Tf> 


Taste, n. 


rtoj f 3 h btbj JS n Is \i4 nnj In 


Tasteful. #. 


QJOSJ 3J 5fl jj^bth 


Tasteless, a. 


$n l3J fi w Sfl su 


Tattle, v. 


JW idfl'l »| - 


Tattoo, v. 


sm an niiiu an mil 


Tatter, w. 


eft «mn idul? •] cJi •Bin «m idu dl tla 


flight, v. 


onn im Teach 


Taunt, r. 


$c\ rm d?:sTu t\ itfi t\ jdlsiii i$uu 


Tavern, n. 


tI 3*1i inn tilwu fi Wfi flu iftu kitj 


Tax, n. 


riinjjjiflwj m& aim «hu 


Tax, v. 


yn mft £ mfc ifSti ri mft 


Taxable, a. 


mjfra £ nift 4j fas i£u mft 


Taxpayer, n. 


j^ito m& jhfoj rift 



595 

Taxation, n, m w fiffa ni £ niJ ^ ni £ 

Tax farmer uiU Q i nJ 

Tea, n. «BT ^ ^-j 

Teacup, n. ^ y ^ 

Teacupful, /». j^ tffo «tn 

Tealeaf, n. \u *g-| 

Teapot, w.. m <jj$ ui «jn m Jj ^ 

Teaspoon, n. «qqvi iSIll fln U* tl WQ fl3U VI Tfl 

Teach, v., Taught arou tffl 1#£ 

Teaclier, n. fjj ^flQU 



Teachable, a. 


•w flrou iiy titm 


Teaching, n. 


niJ 8BU R1 ftQU 


Teak wood, u.. 


Itfan 


Teal-duck, n. 


iiIbiS 


Team, n. 


g jji g v\w 


Tear, r?, 


i4i *n vi wj: mm 


Tearful, a. 


4i mu id fa vS ri 4t wfeufej \n pi 


Tear, n. Tore, Torn 6n fa Tin aw fa Vtd fej nijft 


Tease ,~r. 


5U nw. ymjtu yuvni 


Teat, n. 


fllw: -U3J tfi 0BJJ MU 


Technical" <*. 


uwlrai tfta nu w wti i 


Tea-table, «. 


tfolfc fbtlcvuu in tit 


Tedious, a. 


41 h\ fa\ftmhtM\* 


Tediousnesa, n. 


MUI 41 till 



Teeter, a. 
Teeth, n. pi. 
Teething, n. 
Teetotal, a. 
Teetotaler, n. 
Telegram, n. 
Telegraph, v. 
Telegraphy, n. 
Telephone, n. 
Telescope n 
Teieacope, v. 
Tell. v. Told 
Teller, n 
Tell-tale, n 
Temper, n. 
Temperance, n, 
/peuaperately adv 
Temperature, n 
Tempeet, n. 
Temple, n. 
Temporal, a. 
^Temporary, a. 
Teraporiae, v. 
Tempt, v. 



596 

mafcfw t«»* rtufto* ( Am ob dh 1 "V 1 

fill WWW t ■ * ^TU ] 

nm tin ifi ujj *u 

4i tfu JU in* vmmi wmffm 

ehfa *m nu mwtf §rr» 

ntffcj fittf firc 

mu «ft»u ril* V ( Am njwn a w Itj ) 

uon nita iih lp« 

£uii nan ^Nto thi \m tir.snu viW 

flu am fa ihn titm 

ifoonlaKJ k M* * •jtiwUnUri* 

ara ttewt|lfiwj dfcft nu ifa *w $n 

ayw nih ay* <fe 

•ft WO uwtunfi W«ft«T3ifiW 

mhos ho«» ifa™ *fwfW *|W 



Temptation, n. 
Tempter, n. 
Tea, a. 
Tenable, a. 
Tenacious, a. 
Tenaciously, adv. 
Tenancy, n. 
Tenant, n. 
Tend, v. 
Tender, n. 
Tender, a. 
Tenderness, n, 
Tenderly, adv. 
Tendon, n. 
Tenement, n. 
Tennis, n. 
Tension, n. 
Tent, w. 
Tentative, a. 
Tenth, a. 
Tepid, a. 
Terebinth, n. 
Term, ■». 
Terminal, a. 



597 

flTJ WO M! T1T3 *B*h TCIT 

4fa bis §0 b^I^ sfottflj WVbi 

MUD 3 

*leiii ivri&w aim 

f\ B^j du t=m iiii vi ^n m ' 

yfvk\ $"tio i^ii 

tJjuOtJIi gi iia leti fnwi ?1b3 riii mm 

BBU li»J a:|IU 81JJB3J 

FI7I34 Jh FITI2J 1QUJI RTOJ BQU atJJQU 

tu urn UutH fin ft tftw kJi* y* *| aiwfti iiiv 
flu im n tia Tiw «w m *dtu fi <i nan 

ifto^ao! 5 tfwfa via rsj «j» Fina 

4to b'u iIbsj 1 

mi aw utifl wftj 

tfo*i#i unman itoiwi jwi 'fh«»jrihi» 

^tlaiu wwtluiu 



598 

Terminate,!;. nMtfau ynltfat] lifayifl 

Terminus, n, Rt nu dm*] yitj Yi qf\ ium 

'Terrapin, n. "ft nj: fmfl wfa jj in^fl tfl <fl 

Terrestrial, a. jdu «bbj UW ueiufiu YH 0*311 «1f lltft 

Terrible, a. \h n ^ ^jj $ 

Terribly, adv. t^u ui rial inn 

Terrify.i;. , Vhltfnrig ttaon vn Itfanfl *U yi Si 

'Territory, n. h*bm uiu jjflju Jj 

'Terror, n. FiJ&j ym?) ttfc F1Q1JJ WT1 Is nal 

Terse, a. 4i sm UP) <J RTB4 inn 

Tertian, a. ^n 8UI Tu ( iTJuVufta ^l flrw fu <IJ $ ) 

Test, v. flTDU 83t4 ' 8W {I ifalfWJ WW f 

Test-tube, n. fl^BR 80* n&t)*) U1T3 flU 1WQ TftupWJ T1JW 

Testament, n. f? luynjjjjf fllA ttUJ HW WJ: rifrijff RJjfif 

Testator, n. *Bnii $"idu 1^1 mm fillitjn$tt4 

Testatrix, n. jftft §3 idu wfi TO wluufissy 

Testicle, n. gn riftno: 

1 Testifier, w. .$*ldli fitnu 

Testify, v. Itfrmi tm WSJTU illu WUTU . fi»T3 fa 

Testimonial, n« wft&D 1WW R713J l*lif,B !u ^\Ju 

| Testimony, n. fa wtnu • ' fh lljJUjTW tfi niJij nrai ft 

Tetanus, w. tin mntfn fiy yi M"tfi W«$J tfiBu fa 

^ Tether, **. i$on wnl'i rirofju ^n jfirfifa flu tmn 

Tether, v jnl^ifiw i$Qn tfta^«i 



Text-book, n. 

Than conj. 

Thank, n. 

Thank, v. 

Thank God 

Thankful, a. 

Thankless, a. 

Thanklessly, adv. 

Thankfully, adv. 

Thankfulness, n. 

Thankless, a. 

Thanksgiving, n. 

Thank offering 
That, adj., pron. 

pi. Those 
That is 

So that 

Thatch, v. 

The, art* 

Theatre, n. 

Theatrical, a. 

Thee, pron. r 

Theft, n 

Their, pron. 

Thenij pron. 



599 

nil 

ami iiou Is mmj wawu NKfltu 

4* tl?wm rtoj hou acu Iw fpw 

tnti nlinlsj urns nmi noti Is lii hqii V* 

tmj JJlfils HOtJ fltu 

Fimi niou ^ru 

wit n *Ijj i$m %Aah |ycij £^w 

nai u«w naui 'uqu asu m/tavml imj am* 

•DQJ tl31SJ UNW Ami HOU WK AftJ 
AQ fc flTUJ h 



t« 8AJ 8AJ 

utfo nu A»u aAj 

r\m u^Mfiiu ( QtiiAtuifu ) 

nm nn uw nn ifhwiu ( warn } 



600 

Themselves, pron. W1 itM ^ ni jg naiy 

Then, adv. ^ j&q fa W^m& lift) ttvtf ia> 

'Till then sy A £j B ^JlJ ^ HJn fa 

What then? b:1j i*n 

Thence, adv. «9TTl $ UU jjf usi l& 1W3X Iftp A 

Thenceforth, adv. u« i^n iSi" jJultl 

Theology, n. ^-j ^qu In m: anytu: m: urtfiQi i4l mj «& 

Theory, n. uuu fin vm nm LtaWimn 

Therapeutics, *. Yb "l«fan /haitjfl e»Tl q 

There, adv. ^ iRi uu wik 

There is ft od 

Thereafter, adv. roujwl «JTfl i& wold 

"Thereabout, adv. lizum ivh uu Via^llu wtrcttlu 

Thereat, adv. cut ^1 1S4 wai im. vi tfii 

Thereby, adv. ^J tflU my fa 

Therefore, adv. Wf ftfi ouj AWC inp mf. 

Therefrom, adv. ^m ft 5 sin uy u^i ttftit 

Thereon, adv. UU Vi fi tm uu uutuu 

Thereout, adv. Eon *)m uu eon «nn 

Therein, adv. \\l $i mi lu vi $ 

Thereunto, adv. llH fe i6uj \m ifc* ft 

^hereupon, adv. i*flu UU iiffi lu m4 tfl lJu 

Therewith, adv. tffti6 fej l?U 

Thermal, a. Utfo ami ^U fel Fimi f\U 



601 

Thermos-bottle, n. %m \£ tfj fay *j oy ^Irf'UTU 

Thermometer, n. WRQR at ft nj Qn tJjQfl ft rqioj feu R7I5J WlfD 

tfhese, pron. pi. ^1 fi 

They, pron. 4 *m jjy ■( twiy ) 

Thick, a. WU1 -^ ju j^ n ritl 

Thickish, a. ' $| «fa iVMM w IW83 14BSJ 

Thicken, v. vhlivni Vh^u 

Thickening, n. ^j fj VMo u^w 

Thickness, n. flyijj ^14-, 

?hief>.pZ. Thieves ii:tjj?j W $hi 

Thigh, w. gnu «m nrtwn 

Thill, tt. RU JCl WD? *01J 3J1 

Thimble, tu tlasn 3JQ la & aiiii W 3J0 Ifi & 

Thin, a. tiu wj ju wojj wa? 

Thinly, acfo. tfitiTw win uilu fjou w'rf *| rm 

Thine, pron. 1M ti*»4 4iW mtu ( Rl\tl5TTU ) 

Thing, 71. ft* fc «DQ5 ;*B1 TO 

Think, v. Thought fin fin in Fin v nistf' -^i/wivi sft row , 

♦m.- i * A«£. ^oA, Llfluh fin fa' 

Think of $n n? jran w 

Thinker, w. ^fifl ^fifl frfj MM 

Thick well of iftu TfBtJ 1&4 $ 

Thinking, «. RTttJ fifl FflTU ifatf %< 

Thinkingly, <wta fel fHui $ MM tflWttoiHi/wiMl 

Third, a> $ OJ 



602 

Thirst, v. ra:wu tfi our! ifi otiirArf" 

Thirstiness, w. 07134 njrmtJ RTUJ QUinl^ 

Thirsty, a. njrwuj Hi yi 34 rtoj oinnl^ 

Thirteen, a ^jj fnjj 

Thirteenth, a. yi ^u any 

Thirty, a, friiJ fr?j 

Thirtieth, a. vi rtjj ru 

This, pron. ft jir ft qu ft T1Q flTIU ft 

Thistle, n. mx i! vmijj ( jmj eTntmsj ) 

Thither, adv. fa $ UU fauw IM 

Thong, ». any mw jf wJo Vfl^n Th ( m lu ifllm 341 ) 

Thoracic, e. t*WJ Tim dtJR 

Thorax, n. VOTT OH on l!fM iIdw 

Thorn, n. VMTJJ 

Thorny, n„ £ VMTJJ 3JT1 VMBJ -y« 

Thorough, a. flftafl I mi laBUFi 

Thoroughfare, n. WW W»W mj iRuU'naoR 

Thoroughly, adv. tmj JflOtiff iflQUR a:oo 

Thoroughness, w. RTflJ lU&JPi 

Those, pron. j*J. WW! 1K1 $"$ 

Thou, prott. KlTli ( AiUutumi ) 

TfUgh^v. & jj Wltt Hi wnri fam&n 

Thought**;. cH« iiW Think -tfTtafiniuft- 

Thought, n. RTftj fin Mttl dl'fij 



Thoughtful, adv. 


603 

£ ami 8a ttentju ifaj rtw 3* 


Thoughtless, a. 

Thoughtlessness, 
it. 


ilrwsTn ana ft« Tali mtu fifi 

RQTJJ iftU i»D 


Thousand, a. 


tffc w& 


Thrash, v.. 


tftou thfi pu$ wan 


Thrash, (out ricej 


1 UW 1*01 


Thread, n. 


iwli mtj iftiAtw 


Thread, v. 


«rw Au miftw 


Threaten, v. 


<$ riir&i 


Three, a. 


8UI 


Three cheers 


Jftttw ff"BJ 81 


Threefold, a. 


MJJ-lllh 


Threescore, a. 


an ftu 6 flu anu vw 


Threshold, n. 


tftfttkf ^ 


Threw, v. 


b$« uw Throw 


Thrice, adv. 


flttlftfi 


Thriftiness, n. 


»Tfti i«ikij rawi -mw rifcfa 


Thrifty, a. 
Thrive, v. Throve 

Thriven 
Throat, n. 


i iwy fowl 

WW WBttmj, 


Throb, v. 


i&i iw th i&i 


Throne, a. 


ttj; fl^ 


Throng, n. 


^IRV4 fw J! 


Throng, v.. 


>}-ii^^ ifiimlrfc 



604 

Throttle, v. * £ju «Ui am Islli Ban fiu wo • Si vm WTtJ In 
Throttle, n* waon ktowWU &udmi?ltjlo BBn^wnfouV 

Through, prep. fiaon yi$ YV3 
Throughout, adv. ife- ^n j«w 

Th Th^wn ThreW ' fo ^^ ™" ^^ 
Thrush, n. tjR WW 111 RE) 

Thrust, v. fm tiflfottn. ifofl 

Thumb, n. tfi 4WJ £o 

Thumb print , JtKJ tfi llil fcfi 

Thunder, v. l jjyfei Q^ru 

Thunder-bolt, n. Ill ell 

Thunder storm wy nift 5 & au f&J FI5UI TO 

Thursday, n 5U WtjjfaUfi 

Thus, acto. f)thl ft W ft iWJBU Q^JTi ft -i U\£ 

Thwart, v. tfWb] Wtflth fin flu 1I7W *U*In tflifo 

Thy, Thine, pron. UW tllU CtoJTtu) 

ThymuB, n. W014 «U -UW : «TCW *fa «0 

Thyroid cartilage flJI jn bW#I ta/hVtf Jfi nsrifitm • 

Thyself, pron. WUi& MuSj 

Tibia, n. $0 TOffl ill a«fe . 

Tibial, a. Utk tTKJTl Ul ll*Sl 

4 Tical,«. thltj-m 

Tkk, n. 'fi&u ilttf'vflrmHu 

Ticket, n. ^ tyupw l* ift mid 





605 


Ticking, «. 


«Ji i£q ink ^T/ifii $j ^n ua: th jjtu til u?ia 


Tickle, v. 


$ Vhltfofa <fi$ 


Ticklish, a. 


th $ 4h r«:< rsi 


Ticklishne88, n. 


BTWlM 


Tidal, a. 


uw ui ta u*i m 4* $u ii»r an m tn 


Tide, *. 


ifi $u M roam \^ $u m 


Tidily, adir. 


^mi &iu lew 


Tidiness, n 


P7C4 JhiU Jfey 


Tidings, n. t pl 


YU «5T3 


Tidy^y 


*h li^utJTj foti s> IjfiatjtJ 


Tie, v 


^n ^n j> jjfo 


Tie* beams, n. 


$B 3W K> 


Tier, n 


ilu iiiu iSi i 


Tiger, «. 


t$Q f*J 


Year of the Tiger {Km 


Tight, a 


ifli* win fa sum 


Tighten, t> 


<jWj ftltfuw rfiltfrniu 


Tightness, *, 


rjtu imu Hi 


Tiling, n 


n» Vfnjtifiof yj wfjjRi 


Tightly, adv. 


^mj imu fa 


Tigress, * 


Ufa **> < iv5 iftj ) 


TUe, h. 


re ifioi 


Tile, v 


VJJ nsatjQf 


Tile- roof, #. 


•ttftmnafiot 



Till, pvap. 




Till now 


-»U tJUt U fa till ft 


Till,n. 


814 ifo t» ihi UTU «&OJ > 


Tiller, «, 


ffl WTJ lHa fjO 


Tilt v. 


Vhltfaosj? Vhltfaamj 


Timber, n. 


wfeoiTahhi *} 



Timbers (for roof) i^joj tj%4 Itfwiftm 

Time, n. i^l vw Fifi l£td flia 

Three times rtjj r}| jrflJ-RTO irwnri'-.. 

At a time $ «: nfi a; wu a: RJT3 a: 

In the meantime wan wai:' 

Short time after d^ jji an vmotj 

From time to time ifcewj ttfui^fi 

At that time ifit) \t\i Fiji R& : 

Proper time mfo *8Qy na ttm-1UKMlj| f 

A good time wn-ayrifi stuv smm 

Several times ' WW m um «fe - 

How many times ? n fw nwU> ^ 

To waste time ill Atfajfou 'wm • 

Timepiece, n. UlRfn ' . 

Time-table, *, iriwi rim* fa im: am ro tflo SoliJ. *; aon 

Timely, a. , Itfnm IWJT: H WoVi^l fi 

Timid, a. k Wft fiat* v: 

Timidity, n. f»«U raft *I*W " 



Timidne8s, «. 
Timorous, n. 
Tin, n. 
Tin plate 
Tincture, u. 
Tinder, n. 
Tinge, v. 
Tingle, v. 
Tinker, n. 
Tineel, n. 
Tinsel, v. 
Tiny a. 
Tip, n. 

Tip, v. 

Tipsy, a. 

Tiptoe, v. 

Tire, n. 

Tire, v. 

Tiresome, a. 

Tithe, 7i. 

Tithing, «. 

Title, n, 

fttle, n. (deed) 

Titlepftge, n. 



607 

4j IBJJ #fa WW tl»"3 rill W. FI3 •« rfeft 
w:ri1 wlfn'tow ^i yn 



*n vi l?$n rift 

Vh IW R 1JQ3J Itftj $ B3U 1 

Vbl^flf) itlu kmbu ( iii* ijjo uovj mjimu ) 



tkntj faj flu tin ^u tiu 
i8n u>n sou n:«fou soy 

tfi ItfaSw Ij^Qu din ubu .. itlu sufa 






tlaon m an tlaen *jtj afo jci um 

r nj *flfi ftu aw ^tti ew ^flffiwo row 1u mj «j: ; 
nu U'sbu uri wk mm wu nuriivmR ski-bum: 
tib wl $a tfuww tin In «*m 



Titled, a. 
To, prep. 
Toad, n. 
, Toadstool, n. 
Toast, v. 
Tobacco, n. 
Tobacco box 
Tocsin, n. 
Today, adv. 
Toddle, v. 

iv-'. ••• 

Toe, n. 

Together, adi;* 
Toil, v. 
Toil, n. 
Toiler, rt. 
Toilet, tt. 
Token, n.' 
Told, v. ^ 
Tolerable, a. 
Tolerate, v. 
Toleration, n. 
Toll, v. 
Toll, **. 



608 

4j 3j sjw rin^ 4j r,a ftiav\\h 4o sS 
an fa & ff 
fhj Fin 

ifa tfi iSfl Iffta fiu 1JJ1 ItJQ 

in §ti tn i*fu 

jrf5 u43 rof &J tfosuu 

iriu inx u«:. ( niu ifin i«n m ifiu ) 

& iVh : "- - 

ifai nu WJ0J4 rm wfojj nti kwj ( uu ) 
tfi nu tfi nu tfi ifai mui wtnwa 
nu wvis iwugsj nunu 
$>fa nu efwuiuui 
iwoniw.mu '''A 
urn aiflnj . *noJ ¥i jtfjn 
en* uw 7W/ uon 11«*3 
. 4* ens «*: ofi imVlitf' tm itlu wo vw 

ami op mi 

wx c*Y4i 1 n*n *ofi nw u4i nu fm Tiw l«u 

* ■ , l MIX 3rf} 



Toll-gate,, w. *iu ifa fttf injj mw a«t 



609 

' Toll-man, n. ^"iffa m6 fh tkfl ifi Bl ftUW 

Tomato, n. aa 3j:i^q wa uri^Q m« ' • 

Tomb, n. ylwtf 

Tomb-stone, n. pjai «ntjp RH 

To-morrow, adv. njj § 

Ton, ?i. vn win tlitjjitu ^tivin wu : 

Tone, n. iasj} jfiifojj »J ah 

Tongs, n. Fijj fli ?J13 

Tongue, n. Su mvu ^Jfl 

Hold one's tongue \i 11 nils oy $J *") QflTiau flTJ ]NP» 

Tongueless, a. Yi llJ u au flwui QBfl 

Tonic, n. Ml tip mp - till^'l'Slnj BW 

To-night, adv. flU 3U U ll4 flU fc 6 

Tonsil, n. U>. iUQ stow, firm TtttflU Su 

Tonsorial, a. J1W mitnu <Jin 

Tonsure, w. nutnu «f«: mj an ?n 

Too, acfo. lift ifiu 111 '" jfaj 

Too much JJTl Ufl iW»Q ifi'U 

Took, v. ona uw 7>fa? unit! jufo 

Tool, w. if&w fta 
Tooth, n. p£. Teeth h\i ( via 1 *! ) 

Tooth-ache, n. W tlm WU 

Toothless, a. ^ Mil £ WU 

Tooth-pick, r*. Iw^WU 



610 

Top, a: ^jj yon n jn to 

Topaz, n. yartfl 

Topic, -n. fo rqtjj w «|q aw hm Mil n*S"» 

Top-knot, n> , ^ n IfortJ }f) * 

Topmost, a. uofl $R fW 

Torch, ». iTllI 

Torch -light, n, RTtfawl^^PI Irti frisft $n Al&jltf* 

Tore. Torn, v. Bfifl uw Tear 6n ua*5 

Torment, >i. RTI3J YI5JJTJ ftJ fl3U 

Tornado, n. Wy RJJ Wtt mitt f}$1 Yl ^9) cKl ffal 

Torpedo, n» iWtJlJUQw gn jnOfl \m \h 

Torpid, a. 4* m in «m $n\ilw 4i vwfi rhallro nu 

Torpidnes*, n. flTOf 3 JTI «m WUfi ttlfftlttQ lu WW i& 

Torpor, n. FDU/ &T) 

Torrent, ». ifi jfaAttfl i^iJO tfl tfiu uVlvia Am 

Torrid, a, y! !tm ttifl & ft)U <fc 

Torsion, n. ITU Cn'fMtWJW tVB l8w fill my ( i*BU t& 

Tortoise, n. tWVfWt ■ I »« / 

Tortoise-shell, «. tf$rt flit 

Tortuous, a. GU"U tJ&N rfott 4* fluid flfl W 

Tortuousness, n. «?&» rlfiltl JJ1 ATTN flft Jwld JJ1 

Torture, n. mtBW 

Torture, v. WW* Diin Jfa TTW 

Toss, v. timfo «fc$u "i**4u(iiw!ttnlfe) 



611 



Total, v. 


enpJ m nun uu nu tfjJfu mj tmr» ( ia* ) 


Total, a. 


RJU TOJViI&Sj 4jffltl1W#l 


Totally, adv. 


tS Jhj WW fi ifatf tflU RJti www 


Totter, v. 


w sw ^: a*ii ■ ; ' 


Touch, v. 


§n rtm sftjefo * <w «5o efoi ffaj tb 


Touch, n. 


nn to &u £b rfaj & mj foiwft 


Touchable, a. 


fo oh % sMrV" foi «k to rfaj & 


Touch each other 


«w rm tin tfw 


Touch -"hole* n. 


\HUTU 6m Wlj 


Touch-stone, n. 


flu du vim 


Tough, a. 


4nvto wffcflmro -ohWU* 


Toughen, v. 


Vhltftnuw 


Toughness, n. 


flJBJ Ittfiw PIW YTO 


Tour, w. 


m? irltn Vhrrarfiw i^ltl 


Tourist, n. 


$&m ma vnr» Jjuyir 


Tourniquet, n. 


wkj fa totafltt 


Tow, v. 


f ft am wot J* 


Tow-path, n. 


vm iftu *fa Ram iwo ru am fto 


Tow-rope, n. 


ifon am fto 


Towage, n. 


fh 4% am 8o 


Toward, towards 


fij no ifioj nu 


prep. 
Tow-boat, n. 


fionald Mil y* 


Towel, n. 


cJi ifo $b dl i*iifi tft 


Tower, n. 


wo tio« 



Towery, a. 
Town, n. 
Toxic, a. 
Toxicology, ». 
Toxicologic, /*, 
Toy, n. 
Toy-shop, n» 
Trace, n. 
Trace, t> 
Traceable, a.- 
.Trachea, n. 
Tracheotomy, n. 
Track, n. 
Eailway track 
Trackless, a. 
Traction, n. 
Trade, n. 
Trade-mark, n. 
Tradition, n. 
Traditional, a. 
Trader, n. 
Traffic, v. 
Traffic, *. 
Trail, n. 



612- 

to pi aey fc riu pi Si 

i£oi W 13JQI ttU JTU 

to iftw* jus toidu tnfia fJuidutyiy tnitio 

undranj In >m ehu *n i6o bJti -| 
uoiwm ij&wwiu' um ia'u fi na <?•/ 

fa TlttJ *30I 12)14 *m *) 

jfly jqu itfi wan jiu 

fo «tu josj ann josj i6u r-&j sou * 

bis s: 9ln nui jBuldlsfr 

nij ist: waow btivi iri iJqr 
joy iHu lasjiVh 

4?Ijj £ uu i&u tolij jj joii ttfi ifiu 

nu tfh vw au Hh nv tlu a 1 ^ irl ws t^n am 

nu #i to t>. i6tn ril to nan tibj 

an atfo iitw tjlttfi 6tfo a*Wij vwiu nm to 

m? foj itoi ro «o *| nu jji 

uw Sbj to j*h ftu ifioi rifo ai in 

^rfi to wo rfi 

tfi nu aan hoi a* $u fft 

m? uan uM*m ihi tfi mi *fi Ihiffi 

nSu itfl «kj itfi jbu yiu ifa nan ilf 



Trail, v. 
Train, n. 
Train,, v. 
Trait, ». 

Traitor, n. 

Traitorous, a. 

Traitorously, adv, 
Tram 1 
Tram-car J 

Tramp, v. 

Trample, v. 
Tram-road 1 
Train -way J n ' 
Trance, n. 

Tranquil, a. 

Tranquility, n, 

Tranquilize, v. 

Trans, prefix 

Transact, v. : 

Transaction, n. 

, Transcend, v. 

Transcribe, v. 

Transfer, v. 

Transfer, ti. 

Transferable, a. 

Transferee, n. 



613 

Wflfl WBJ JQU lfn • fltti jQy ifiu 

;n W flu nta vwft jri v^-kj jfo «gj Jolft 

tin vfa vfa nfh ih srovi 4 

fi-Utj mwU ou tfuuunleui £n rftj ru feu; 
RUVI1U* RUTjun wAtf'fin v 
4? ft $ lay a'nouj mIq tkwrjei lu nu •auti 

IfKJ ftltn Y1511PI frtjtf llt!U fl\4 ItJtl 

jo iw 

wOutJ th di fijrvitj i%i 
YniKirw i-wvj-wid 

fa fwu twu ffuinj »Jw 

Vh Ibarra ihju vh Irf'wij flirtO] rnjiw 
ilnnou *fti ill r'i litis ti vi n en^Q^i *qiu g^bh 
nj:^ rfimT' [ ™ ■** 

y; vi njrvnltl tWuis 

QJ f! 11 iU %U U R71JJ fl <U? «&U 
Rfl flOf) tf\Mo rffUlkluW 

un Wan "'fin urn diti fi 
nut on fa fitcu 



f 14 

Transferrer, W; $\uu ^ un -gQ^ Itfr'un F1U h\i ' 

Transform, t/. <U1M ntftj flimi MJflT $1 idfom'jtl 

Transformable, a. 4* tn itttuu flirt' tfo 4liia; rnuT.tf' 

Transfuse, «. ' tTRJ t^ thtitafirt W 9HI v&3 & jrtiu 

Transgress, v. #| Qp; rTjjtW-W atlfi* 

Transgression, i*. nu *fo ftaflft ' 

Transgressor, ». ^t}* ^!WI ttifta ^8»lflu' ' 

Transient, a. 4* itta iin ifc flD3 lift R^lF)^3 twAd & 

Transit, 7t. mj iftu «w flUJOU flfl Qlfifly 

Transition, n. mj id&tm WR1 ^5 rfisft ttl^iim udftJ liTJli m? 

Transitory, a. 4l a^Ad & DSJTJ ifi FU13 Bjj'uw tlttlRM 

Translate, v. udfl id&UVl ^ 

Translation, n. m* nda fart ^ udfl BOrAst" 

Translator, n. £*udft 

Translucent, a. 4j ffTW WDi w UfS NQUJJ rfta ( All riresfi wi ) 

Tfcansraigrate, «. Vhltftjfa -^TH ^J tffa $ RTUfl fnpffo 

Transmigration, to. flTJ fli^SI fitm ififl &JU flltt UW'frl|tljTtu 

Transmit, v, timid ffi Id ifnAna tfi jjt m Rti in 

Transom, *t. *fftM «J4 iflfio dltfi til «TJ 

Transmittal, w. fflnfrltl «m MJOfl YITI 

Transmitter, n, f>M ( 1TO .tfitwiaii ) -«U flflOfl Tfiu 

Transparent, v**^ 1# ^ ITTU fljrsn ) %im iSu Yi^Art' 

Transpire, V. ifltt *n idlAd dflflJJ 

Transplant, <& ^ffi W f !5 fift dpfl uitS tm to tfjn fin 



. Transport, v. . . 
Transporter, n. 
Transportation, n. 
Transpose, v. 
Trans-snip, v. 
Transverse, cu 
Trap, n. 
Trap, Vi 

Trap (for Tiger) 
Trap- door, n. 
Travail, #. 
Travel, v. 
Traveler, n. 
Traverse, v. 
Trawl, v. 
Trawl-line, n. 
Tray, n. 
Treacherous, a. 
Treachery, n. 
Tread, v Trod, 

Trodden 
Treason, n. 

Treasurer, n. 
.Twasury, n, - 
Royal Treasury 



Twrntw a* Wit) wltArtfcy 

nij *m *ii moi rffr) mi nultftwiWltl 
itlatm «firf|j iilsau j&j traiti m 
tm fiiSu nh*: was* vrw 

Hi YlOfl DTJJ TITU WTR tffo D\| UTUKnt 

ifftoj rin &i tla nfc riti lih 
fTn fia ifilm thi iii5 • ;ro ffb aTi . 
«ru mi i«o 
tkfUiwu ■ ,.» 

^iPlll Y1TJ' 

am aui " wft am tfQu ifaj 0b (rro tnu iffo) 

tna ruru; 

IrifoaW ihnwTU^Hfi, a-w-cww 

B«jwtm arwiwr. 

iuia?'- Rrfl < 



616 

Treat, v. ,' fa nElih Ufi 

Jiltreat, v. Jfo? Au 

Illtreatment, m rtuj nw k %U MM 

Treatment, ». **>% fam R7BJ VS'lMTO FI7BJ DjnSl 00 

Treaty, n. WlAJaBSTCljnp TflTt WSTbWj SHWJ W 'J tlfcllUK 

$*ebi*ru fituflrwnh nTgtu 

Tree, n. "tftfltf" 

Tremble, a gfg arii 8U$BU fltfhj 

Tremblingly, adv. Imj m m rffti RTIU ^iStu 

Tremendous, a. & ill nift 03 *TU 

Tremor, n. fwttj jfi; «r^TU ( i*8U ifia ItllTUau ) 

Tremulous, a. 4* fi tfUu «fU wVU nftl 

Trench, v. tfum ^R B 

Trench, n. 50J B 

Trend, t?. 10U iftatltl ROM "flit tfufiuiltl' 

Trephine, 7*. J&Qi) na3J shttft) i«ir fl3:pn .ljrtflfln fcfh£ 

Trespass, v. ihl ifiu Vh iftU yn 5/1 

Trespasser, n. ' $*»» ifta 11RJ $1?b$ ifi 

Tn, per/la. ifioiRuihfh mift 31 «rw fll 

Trial, n. TT0 #TC RAW flTS figTRJ flU fhTTCM 

Triangle, n. ^tl »134 IV&VU mu y« 

Triangular, Ck $ &ftl»)Jrtfal}l fl] -ft 

Triangulate, v. #1 WD $1 ITWlwifrtJ flfttmrtl 1TB4 mfau 

Tribe, *. «gp** 4iMfl" IT* 



617 

Tribulation, «. rtuj ^n^rflUin 

Tribunal, n. tfaalrf' pna «fal tfmfiu 

Tributary, a, 4j flB* ifoj hi} fibs *U iiri 

Tribute, n. irjqj j-*ff ttfHUTmi Kit) 

Triceps, n. ^o jjfl ifio nffaj ifiw W«I il«B14 3J ♦ IfTC Ithj 

Trichina, n. wui& ufinV'lfifW fcmjj aiVi&l lfi»j^?iiE 

Trick, n. nu ;au na ptm mj naon ^^ 

TrickJe, v. nun ^TviS «■) 

Trickle, v. Vhltflwa *H *| Vhllf WJ« -| l#lvi8 WUfl *| 

Tricolor, cu fa £ flnjJ & tfenutJ «faj WTW ft 

Tricuspid, a. 4l ft fTDJ tttlojj friaj UM1 flTB4 nUtJ 

Tricycle, n.' TO 8134 ffa «iftttjiu f»"»XI «*&. 

Trident, n. MOD ir&j JlJJ 

Triennial, a. 4jjj riwun i(ifi anad 4*w e^jiiei arajfl (mi 

Trifle, n. iw ifjmw^w mjian ilsu nroi'bjfc MlY 

Tri-foliate, a. 4* £ 111 Ufl RTJJ ly ( rifTbrt 

Trigger, n. \) du In 

Trill, V. Vh ttfafojJ RU ftw lfowrfu ( l*BU IRlll *fi 3, ) 

Tri-lateral, a. 4j fi inw ^tu finu vu ( m Jil fTOJmta ) 

Trim, «. MiUM djrtfti «faiisjl»fawj , c um 

Trimly, adv. tfltl fttiti Jay Xfto tbrctin 

Trimming, ti. fmnTtffin imuSo 

innity, n. • [ ^ wjr ^^ 1Ui ^^ ^ m £ ^ 3 

Trio, n. vn $ anu Rii ifilw ?»j wj raj wta 



0*8 

Vhlri'ajjfi •flilthwwr ifta ifoi d itfiljilfo 

ifej 4l »QJ RUJ 314 4l MM $0 

maws fitfritki owo iflimlu imw $U 

m §ru 11 tknou ffoj anu 

tknou jrifc aiu won a: aw *uj vi ifcyj 

IflJQS W 0^ U14 yi rtjj hi 

m'utiu^cu tfuduejHaoiiw 
n\> aam Tm: nfo^ nu Tim 
10 4*811 wV" 



Trip, v. 
Trip, i». 
Tripe, n, 
Triple, a. 
Triplet, tt. 
Tripod, n. 
Tritnrate, v. 
Triumph, n. 
Triumph, v. 
Triumphant, o 
Triumphatitly,o</p IfflU i?iafi? B31JJ JjwOlny 
Trivia!, a. 4Ali ff'iffOj tofijifti&KJ 

Tri- weekly, a. OOP fittj aJj In i3f> Su ow^/fll SUi BSJ 
Trod; v ' Oflfl .uw 7>£ad 

Trolling, n. ntj »in iflfi .titt ifcj f$0 

Troop, n nojtw *w\j noi wvp WJ3* 

Trouble, o tfi l^#i 3Hi JU njt* \#jf ir.nn tljlifn t]i:»R* 

Trouhte. «< Hiiu jlitJin Mm u"fc *f0J »*W ju W 

/ Troubleaoro*. a, *tju vi ^u 3H« $ if Hi in fa JU njv» 
Troublous, a. 4 J *fcj && arftj ju nju 4»1jj oy an 
Trough, n Jii ( W?l«f*ffiii OW? ) 

Troupe, n *;n aw *un iliu lifjOl #mw 

trousers. n,pZ. fnnni 
, Troii8*e«iu, n. iflWum mu Jtfk i* 8T3 



Trowel, n. 
Trudge, v. 
True, a. 

True-hearted^ a. 
Trueness, n. 
Truly, adv. 
Trumpet, n. 
Trumpeter, n. 
Trunk, n. 
Truss, ft. 
Trust, n. 
Trust, v. 
Trustworthy, a. 
Trusty, a. 

Tr,uth, n. ■ 

Truthfulness, n. 

Truthfully, qdv. 

Try, v. 

Tub, n. 

Tube, n. 

TuberctiloBiB, n. 

Tubercular, a. 

Tuberose, n. 
Tubular, \ 
Tubulose, / 



imm (faj|u) 

if&U YM wtin YM W&KI iflU tfwR W&K* 

-ft* iivt ittiu^ nu tIb «wy 

Yl ft Is 4fl <J* 1«J IyW UN 

uw um Yivra 

fithuw tnrauw jftww*J , 
fit] ra tfw «3u nun tvrj tfi riu 
■ $y ifa iVUutau jftwJiiuK 
Fmi/lSr'U Atili wills 

ra <S VllVltf' aura *B WU" 

r R7I14 «&J RTOJ ItW MJ« ' 

tfcti iiifaJi rili y! -ft* 
w til ui 

YlQiVlSin YlBMJt) VttBW tlrffM 
WwtjB d Ulto tlfiH .. 

fo & #1 «u yio ifto Miofi il^nou tin' aatm 



m 

Tuesday, n») ft #aTj 

Tuft, n nt^n wfc iifa cay n:^n iro 

T,1 g» «• 9* uin »'. ib am fto 

Tuition, n. fhi rfi roil 

Tamble, v. n& wn HlUrti l&MM WD sill 

Tumble, n. ms W*fa «n mi ffa »J 

Tumbler, ». tfol 4M fi ^J>n sfii 

Tumefaction, ». mj ^i ifi« finu tiaj {1 uw i8t) 

Tumefy, tr VhltfattU 

Tumor, n. tjfl i§0 IwJ ran 

Tumult, n. frfi Wma nu fa fym ma 6n fin 

Tumultuous, a. tkflOtl *faj Ami BJ fa QH fin JJTfl 

Tune, n. tfTUBJ 1W»1 

Tune, v. UN \tf& l&fcl rvu Vh l#mw$ dmmj ifatt 

Tunnel, n. trou <yfi lrf'm . 

Tunnel, v y* mmleMiu 

Turban, n. cJl'twn ft&: 

Turbid, a. hi ju , k&tiu s:ow i^Q ( Au iMufl»QJ ) 

.Turbulent, a. 4* ^U jki 

Turf, n. mi uw jft Su wn]5 

Turkey, w. Jlfi W 

Turmeric, ». H&i 

TuraoD, n. WBJ ty fill infrw* 

"tfffchi, v, M9/U W& wSfl 



621 

Turn, %. a? (Sj as |m i» nafj 

Turn (face toward) Qy wSl i*Dl TO 

Turn, (away from) ifimi wft wft fc$U TO mil 

Turn, (lathe) iffefM nfc 

Turn, (sour) nfiTll illu JlJIw 

Turning, n. fl* $ j!*ln IllatfU fori llJ RTOJ th:Wf|fl IB* KM 

Turning point naivi einm mbi nib ibmlkuu ww tlhnt|ft 

In turns tiffo riu 

Turnip, ft. ffi tin mw 

Turpentine, n. in 3JU au SJ1J m 

Turquoise, w. WROU liiin 

Turret, n. tfajJ W AJB flA ft) 

Turtle, «. lefa $\i 

Turtledove, rt. llfl mi 

Tusk, n. n 4tj i^itt 

Tusked, a. 4j & i$sn $ ji tknti jfoi fl 

Tutor, 7i. f|f «hu «*3 DT^u^f $*m)u ^Ihyi 

Twaddle,, n. an, $n iro: ivior i#if3 bm drytij^ 

Tweezers, n. 6u tltn UWRJJ fcu tlfiX) fill 

Twain, a. tfBl g will 

Twelve a. fiu ffBJ 

Twelfth, a. ^U «W 

Twenty, a. $ 8tJ 

Twice, adv. mMWJ fearBJftH 



622 
Twig,n. ttTO V feW ni 

Twilight, «. ^ jf| Q ^ o-flatflfo jflfojj W jjg Jw: ^^ 

Twin, w. yiw ucJfi ■ 

Twin propeller ■ £ tf/tfy „ w ^ ^f^ ^ 

Twine, n, ^ Qn ^ {j 1T4 ww , n ^ g 

Twine, v. W 14 ^ in ^ y3 w ^ n ^ ^ ^ nQW 

Twinkle, v. tfl tffo tf| ^ f u f13: ^ tJ ^ 

Twirl, v. ' tf u ( ^ g u ul | : ) Qn 

Twist, v. ffu ifon R3u in^w iih itta jfon 

Twitch, v. fl^s ' nj:^n 

Twit, v. jtfj ^ ^q ^ MllQn 

Two, a- rqi 

Two-edged, a, fa u »a^ flu rjj wm ^ ' 

Twofold, a. flas iVil 

Tympanum, ». 1UD ^)fl w 

Type, w. rite fluff ffj fiuif riiRnj ^j?j 

Type foundry, n. ntm ttflOU .w:rfi wjjw*' 

Typemetal, n. firrfj tkftU ifle W89U fiun 

Typesetter, n. AU &W fluff 

Typesetting, n. flTT ikil fluff 

Typewriter, n. iWQlfluifflfl 

Typewriting, n. ^m i«TT fWfiff 

Typewritist, ?i. • $U>in 1« ftoif flfc 

Typhoid fever ' witfa uwaitimj Tw tfVU'twy i$o tfcu"Kji 



623 

Typhoon, *&. w^)tt"lwaj 

Typify, v. Vh ifjQ 1^5 fi? mn itlt4 Itfiaj m 

Typhus, n. "toiflj/imA V&i ifi^flll i^Q^3Jnj 

Typography, n. >m thu flflfeKU fill RlAmi laftofl a J U«u vi 

Tyrannize, v. dnflJBHFll! Va'tDTim Dftli 

. Tyranny, n. AT)3J DAT! ni5 F15DU MBjtpiy QTUW ne$ 

Tyrant, n» ^WQJ flfo STim fitfi Tifl. 

Tzar, n, W5t UW1 nsajwhjllfrTf 



u 


onyj vi teal li* Dfi*a3t tiJnr|a itlvi m: w wl 


Udder, u. 


ifio UU $J vijj 


Ugliness, n. 


ami ill maun 


Ugly, a. 


Taj ^tjj ihinfojn 


Ulcer, n. 


iiWfi ItJotJ UGJA i5D w 


Ulcerous, a. 


i«iu uua auou 


Ulceration, 71. 


ni5 ifin itJi4 ueja itloy 


Ulna, n. 


njrgri i^n iiw dai^j im 


Ultimate, a. 


^) 8/fl. UWllaiU %« idu ^1 f|A 


Ultimatum, n. 


rii $ 8vfi ma ri uon rota ifa wi 


Umbilical, a. 


iiw frfto »iw n&ia afio 


Umbrella, «. 


ijjffUiiwwffiidw. 


Umpire, n. 


yftiftftu rfta inn oynpt^aTmi 



624 

. N, ""bg Pr ab8ence U °of^ tlnfurn nw edfpti Un u tfntfti 

Sjjs™r z ^ Rei ** q ™ *« ^ «™ ^ ^ ^ ^ ™ ^ 

words thus form Unkind tljwin Pi3i3J iunm Unwell Tji" 

ed are not given ^ n i |V , . 

b this book, ex- fltJTti fh «ffOfl 14 l]J In fij UfMRJlJ li3U UP) 

tag more than aiNO WO lu tklUfi 1« *] ^$ tfcflOtJ tiffin IflOJ 
merely negative «| fc . 

meaning. ^ « «?* W iflft 

Unable, a. Villa lw "Ui 3J mai I3J awn 

Unaccomplished, a. $jTjj tfiifo Taj rf«J wtjj djitmi 
Unabridged, a. ^Ajj T^rr t# au 
Unacceptable, a. Til itiu fi -sou ts fold TIBli t«J 
Unanimity, n. F1013J wfojj wihw SrlTOJ W3QJJ ta 
Unanimous, a. m $u nfcjj fo ffo 3J H7BJ ufal QU ifttfl fiu 
Unanimously, adv. \m \* irw ffU ffoj wfasj Is nu 
Unarmed, a. *W bj jj otji 

Unanswerable, a. tij shqu Ijj Ifi*" 
Unapt, a. & Uj *flTUTnj ^1 Taj ff JJ 

Unaptly, adv. \fftl\u ftU tpmlij ftftUiriJ 
Unavoidably, adv. tmj <"Ullu lR.u ttanlii T?U 
Unaware, a. 4tTi4 £fl! ouljj V?U'£li5 

Unawares, adv. tmilUIIO •& tmjljjlfo'f 
Unbecoming, a. TjJ »U Id R2J *bj iWIX SlUOU 
Unbelief, n. R71W Wffa fiJttjTjl ilo 



"Unbeliever, n. 

Unbend, v. 

Unbending, a. 
Unbind, v. Un- 
bound 
Unblemished, a. 

Unbolt, v. 
Unborn, a. 
Unbosom, v. 
Unburden, a. 
Uncalled, a. 
Uncertain, a. 
Unchangeable, a. 
Unchanging, a. 
Uncharitable, a. 
Uncivil, a. 
Uncivilly, adv. 
"Uncle, n. 
Unclean, a. 
Unclose, v. 
Unclothe, v. 
Uncomfortable, a. 
Uncommon, a. 
Unconquerable, a 
Unconscious, O- , 



625 

^lai nra as fiPm anftj 

iifustj tlaaii 

4/bj t\ fisji Viti jjafiu n^ 

tlaei nami no a «6tw arali 

llflfl illaOl FJ3T3J itlu m wkta 

liuni 

VLj atl? tlnu tra 

iljj ails dnu 

Ijj ft pitoj wbwi InTai £n}pn 

dfa film vkjiu 

$j ill Bl 

§\u liJ^rtS In artna 

id* ida itju 

dtm tfi 

^ atnti 4i pfli U 

Taj ;ru fc Q« warn 

,4A*io'tt£ , Wu«Bu:V 

"bifida tflii£ln- 



626 

Uncontrollable, a ijIrIjIn \fr Uttib\i \wi 4l iftu tftflb 

Uncover, v. itf* «|i idam 1# iftu' 

Uncreated, a. 4* tf* \i \fttifii <jS Iji llTut]fiwf'sr! s tf 

Uncut, a. <ft Iji V fft tIS TaJ Vl3ujT.U t l*BU llfaj ) 

Undaunted, a. 4j iiiwj wdj nsft %^TjJ rm3 1m 

Uncultivated, a. ^initial *hutl«h 

Undecided, a. l^nuu W niMUf) W UJ Uli 1«» 

Undefined, a $ tSfyA UJ 3J Uflfiu 

Dnder, jjrejo lit' "fa S'ts rVtfft 

Under, «&> lit at. IB J «1 

Under-clothes, w.- two 1m ll4 

Under-current, ». flTSi \ft fjfi 

Underdo, v -done ih \fcti rm «3j Ijj frn wq 
Undergo, v. -went, „ u Q „ w 

Undergraduate, n. uh ton 111 JJVn>itn»y. v| ti*j ijl Wit! tjjimfl 

Underground, a. . fl Qjj ll^Ru 

Undergrown, a. 4l?«ld llfa >l SjAjJ *t*t itu ifi 

Underlet, v. ^ft 1111 Iff £&uih sfo 111 ■ 

Undermost, a. 4* fi ^} ft tfuimk fa ¥1 $flv 

Underline, v. $0 tftlfa tfw SJU ( fa ) 

Underneath, adv. trf" ifim »TJ tftf 814 

Undersell, v. -sold H"RJ ITEM pn 1171 TO' »H nm 

Uhderaijrn. v. AtiU 4fl at ifat m^Q^Tife 

^undersigned .^ft ta lu tfhl mWMl 



tiOUft 



627 

Understanding,^ RTBJ itfil* tinjnp 

"Undertaker, n. ^<pi T1T3 HW 

Undertaking,- n. tns By-tf v>& B^U 1ft 

Undertone, n. iftw flft nst^lJ 

Undertow, n. ant) Ul ^fl nKUfl Ji Sn 

Underwrite, v. |$«u IW «fiil rill QBfl wftftfl thrrfU WTU 

Undo, v. -did, -done ihum JB imj wfifcy 

Undoer, n. ^t JBjhflllJ 

4j wW^ \t BliljJ RE flA»U 
IllSfM iffB T1Dn-'l^D« itriitj 

ifiuns SlnriRw 

FIQTM NUT! U FI713J lllw Wl 

Vbi w ms Vh $ lil ft &lw yii 

\\ w&m \i irjjoTjj ivh vi jjttj mi riu 
iTw v>at Til Cja tfi QtTjlij 8n 

Y^ U4 (1 ft3 BUTl!^ AlUt) By-tflli 3J 

4/lil ft ft lu ith ob 4 An £C n 
olpn U) ib mi Xra mtw 



Undoubted, a. 
Undress, v. 
tJndue, a. 
Unearth,, v. 
Uneasiness; n. 
Unemployed, a, 
Unending, a. 
Unequal, a. 
Unerring, a. 
Uneven, a. 
Unexampled, a. 
Unexpected, a. 
Unfailing, a. 
Unfair, a. 



jpn 



Unfairness, n/ 

Unfaithful, a. 

Unfasten, v. 

Unfavorable, a. 

Unfeeling, a. 

Unfinished, a. 

Unfit, a>. 

Unfold, v. 

Unfortunate, a. 

Unfounded, a. ... 

Unfriendly, a. 

Unfruitful, a. 

Unfurl, v. 
^Ungenerous, a. 

Ungodly, a. 

Ungovernable, a. 

Ungraceful, an 

Ungrateful, a. 

Unguent, n. 

Unhandy, a. 

Unhappy, a. 
- Unhealthy, a. 

Unheard, a. 

Unhinge, v. 



628 

T.3J *ffD WJ lw f slfl 

Is ij*Qj ftlslii ^n VLj £i r;ijj f&n 
w uj sfujs $ tfr «% o?j 
uj wu uri uj u^nc 

nutu rSnj Is 4i $n iFijtw fo 

1^ ft ^ iW^I i liSOU ftQU 

$lii *jjoli ftii ^Tii ^"ii iRy nu 

Is eijrvm 4 j dneisin Istoti doy 

uV tnd ijj fifmnw wnsi 

■liSriuljj Irf' pijqu rjwTjj 1w 

"Li jijj filing i u 

bi £$m Qrnrwnjnj 

tfi uu ivan ifcirtkiwj tn tSfl hud 

134 «fU VT|FI l)j •JTUTm 
\i JJ flTiJJ 9*5 \i atiltj Is «Dfl M&4 Is 
ilftAJ JJT1 iSD 

ft \i ym^Cm 

cion inu wti no#» sin utu wo 



Unhitch, v. 
Unholy, a. 
Unhook, v. 
Unhurt, a. 
Unicorn, v. 

Uninhabited, a. 

Uninhabited vil- 
lage 

Unintelligent, a. 

Unintelligible* 

thing 

Uninterruptedly, 
adx 

Union, n. 

Unique, a. 
Unit, n. 
Unite, v. 
Universal, a. 
Universe, w. 
University, n. 
Unjust, a, 
Unkind, a. 
Unlearn, v. 
Unlearned, a, 
Unless, conj. 
Unlike, a. 
Unlimited, a. 



629 

1*5 tjlgrvS ^Mjafiu 



i on -no 



) 



111 itlu fninnu 

ww in intn uufi wui 

*Lnn nan 

^£nu arum t»iy iftm *| nuld hid 

arm mtiRfi rori-ih nu itlu nv\ ' 

Uj £i ou iwfiau mm $i riU irw 

vitw QU if) 111 wuw 

dn^fij liU Jlfiena nunu riu i^litlu WHFiwim 

vfilil iiwflrmatamf, 

«rmatan$/' 

la ifaj U3JJJ Tii tig Pin 

»jj ami i ifaufr 

ru fill! l^ifrm mMo Ruti tnw nn 

tftlii ifciiii x UQn«nn 

Id IWJJQU 

lii 34 ww tifju 111 ft rtiwuti • Ijj 4m1i 



630 

Unload, v. j U ^ w tiii^n Ban vm ubj tfopn 

} Unlock, v.' \i llpOjUS 

Unloose, v. utf tlfifl 

Unmerciful, a. djiflSTn Is llJfim n^Ul 

Unnatural, a. Qn tBjjJfn 

Unnecessary, a. 4AlJ 4"Ullu mfo ifo* mj 

Unnumbered, a, %*[<& \fruu $i tfuVl rffa 

Unpaid, a. 4* tfi 111 Itft'f 4W FIT! B^i 

Unpleasant, a. "Wfltfltl $ ttl *9Btl Is 

Unpopular, a. Ijj illu ^i HBU llfi nttjjf Y& t]» 
Unquestionable, a. mlf fviWllli V' 

Unquiet, a. Ill B|) IJ«B ip4 7KJ 

Unravel, v. F)» F12VKJ 
Unready, a. Ill wfou 111 Wb 

Unreal, a. Iaj ittf .tlacu 

Unreasonable, a. ifili FIX 

Unrecognized, a. iillan 4l iui uT 

Unreliable, a, Til itk $ TjMif 

Unripe, a. fill "111 ffl 

Unroll, v. R&BBD flint] TTU 

Unsafe, a. Ul n«l5 J&BUHrKJ 

* Unsavory, a. ^flVtt 

Unscrew, v. flaw iflfott In BBH 

"Unscrupulous, a. i^i JRff 



031 

Unseasonable, a. oayipirns K ma 

Unskilful, a. \£ £ £J £ Q \^ wwai 

Unsuitable, a. \^ ajJ ^ ^, n gfoj 

Unsteady, a. \} y® jjn litis tl^U 

Untamable a. & UJ I'ffQl ^J 1MB °D9 

Untie, v. U n" (^li^nu) wp 

Until, prep. *^u su fil S\4 mrw 

Unto, prep, iin 

Untwist, v. fiaiy ( if |^l)g ) 

Unveil, v. i itiaOJ th tJfl IW 

Unwrap, v. i£j^ ( TiOJ liwolSr) iiWo QQR 

Unwholesome, a. nam 

Up, prep. ^y tJU ' 

Upbraid, v. ft ^yy ^ n^T3 

Uphold, v. «» un Tm 

Uplift, v. yn li^ gj iju 

Upon, /?rep. tJU " 

Upper, a. "flu t)U itlDJ UU 

Uppermost, a. «uu tj*U Vi 89\ 

Upraise, v. tjn ^ *DU 

Upright, a. TIE snjj 8^5t 

i * 

Uprise, o. $n UU H'U 

Uproar, n. ITU ^U 111) §0 fo ll&lfl foj au 

Uproot, c. ttOU ftf ^H 





$32 


tiJpset, «. 


jfo Vh lw ATI 


Upset, ». 


«h 


Upwards, otffc 


llj & $u & nil 


Urge, v. 


w tfc s#» iwou *an 'flju 


V rgeni, «. 


%v3ti feu W3U 


Urgency, *. 


fiTS 9\7U rro fe\i IM 


Urine, n. 


&rarnc ift itn jyis 


(Urethra, n. 


aaon dmro: 


Urn, n. 


IfWJ 


Ub, pron. t j>L 


ui ( waiy ) 


Use, v. 


14* ItfffBU W. tljltyBlf 


Usage, *»» 


mum wjuwuu 


Useful, a. 


dutkW *1*V 


Useless, a. 


la Sj tk^uuif 


UsuaJ, a. 


•nunjjjjmtju QthnfKi 


Utensil, n. 


jrruic irftoiVff" 


Utility, «. 


lIjr1^j«B\f A04 


Utmost, a. 


i $n $n rtwf 


Utter, a. 


wjfi •hi uon in {rn 


Uttermost* a 


$ 90 tj»m us* St 


Utter, u 


v. 


V 


tfhw i wbIu oh to ffintjtt 


Vacancy, n. 


$ am 4tli»i $ iiMi 



633 

Vacant, a. jjjj-, fa ^ £ \ M Q ^J 

Vacate, v. tf t 1^ 13 QQn ^J .^n 

Vacation, n. «rt j$n nu mj wjiw Wl 

Vaccinate, v. tl^n d rm Vwwwjj 

Vaccination, n. >m djn 1.4"vi5WPlJJ 

Vacuum, n. fhdai djwin Tim 6u 

Vagabond, w. p^ jviimfa nr 

Vagrant, a. yi ifitjg ins Id 3JT 

Vain, a. ido wGi my idai my itfJ 

V r ainiy, adv. IflU ifly id«"l Tfiy KJO ttfll 

Valedictory, n. rfi ai «bqj wth iTrmSJU ifjQ R3LI niVMfl MJU 

Valet, n. nuTtf" JJVnfi iSSn 

Valiant, a. mh? ng^l Wfu 

Valiantly, adv. lay n^l WTO]" 

Valid, a. uva RTBJ *f» 

Valise, n. Ttftltil WW 

Valley, n» rl aifl ww {ITI 

Valor, n. fflijJ flft'i 

Valuable, a. 4j ft nm djrmlj 

Valuation, n. fllj ffi nm 6W nm 

Value, n. Jlfll lltJ flB 71 djtilflj 

Value, V- $ *1 m tllflUfl Jifll • 

Valueless, a. rl ^N & DFII $tt 

Val*e, «. St4 grtl 



Valvular, a. 
Van, n. 
Vandalism, n. 
Vane, n. 
Vanguard, n. 
Vanish, v. 
Vanity, n. 
Vanqujsh, v. 
Van<juisher, n. 
Vapor, n. 
Vapor, v. 
Vaporize, v. 
Variable, a. 
Variance, n. 
Variation, n. 
Varicose, a. 
Variegate, v. 
Variety, «, 
Various, a. 
Varnish, n. 
Varnish, v. 
Vary, v. 
Vascular, a. 
Vascularity, n. 



cnu m 


634 






& U9l 


viw Will 


k 


i ton! 


ni5 Yislw Vh mv fa riii 


1 


nunu- 


M WU 







•ww win naj wui 

^rrq It) vnu Id iaB3J msj id 

pitiu ma w(i j t-s tbaj-m 

lo Ul fl3U in 
Vhlmduto 
ntny idylo ^ruld 
ki ids dnuld ~dain 

R3TJJ YJ3J l6tM «TBJ W«fl UUO 

msl^j Q|) vi ma ttJsifl 

ufi whi D^yiuaflw Vhltftn nil wufn 

mu am $ 6nijf *j 

ni? $ ft & fin i 3»j rTJi 

wu i eta rm tfa 

vn mi •ah in 

vn in jiu iTn in 

IFiaSU Rfllfl ads dia* 

fi $ imuaiw jjin 



ih\*i 



flu i nu 



lira 



63& 

Vase, n. .tJJUi^ ffa 

Va8fc > «• n55i *»mi fin-* 

Vastly, adv. tmi nfiniTK 

Vat, «. tftinljn 

Vault, n. ^t Wf f #tffc 

Vault of heaveD, n. yfol ffo 

Vaunt, n. rtuj Wi UB *M im . ow 

Veal, n. ifio $n $ 

Vedette, n. wra \ft tfi rqu Wf fivnj Roy ji mp 

Veer, v. tm VffU s 

Vegetable, a. an wn 

Vegetarian, w. $"ftjtkvmj rifti lift tjfl 

Vegetation, n. mml^H 

Vehement, a. fl?ri iw Kb 

Vehemently, adv. IfM film n«5l tfrti u« 

Vehicle, n. 1V\ iffom 

Vea, ». efo t5 mfi eJi da tw 

Veil, v. Ci* til ifaj ell dfliiSC|i 

Vein, *. l4tf flft* tfi tipWtift* 

Vein, (of ore) «1 ui any iii 

Velocity, ». RTB4 & 

Velvet,*. ri-wvA 

Velvety, a. nrffortiftwA ^yuiidfouf ''-*,>! 



Vendor, n. 

Veneer, v. 
Veneering, n. 


686 

tkritj 4U won rifalri'mo fl 


Venerable, a. 


iit\ ^uttaiiltjfio. 


Veneration, n. 


.uraTiJtjfa) 


j^ Venerate, v. 


WRM A7&J lltifa 


Vengeance, n. 


«TW Uff iirtti MTW W Itf 


Vengeful, o. 


jJh uft'iSm tahnoua 


Venison, n. 


jfionnt 


Venom, n. 
Venomous, a. 
Ventilate, v 


^ ti fad fa fait MM 


Ventilator, n. 
Ventricle, n. 


sfcj a* iiw ifcU l "* 


Venture, n 


mj am tfi wH Vh mr 


Venture, v 


aoi 51 am Vh p 


Venture-some, a. 


jTn ^r am p outo atw na*1 


Venue, n 
Veracious, a. 




Veracity, n. 


fmN^I 


Veranda, it. 


KlOfJl 


Verb, n. 


diuamfi'hn 


Verbid, a. " 


tt*WJrV> dftjmi 


Verbally, arftr. 


tmj.rm fajriiga ;;> 



637 

Verbatim, adv. a^ fa 

Verdant, a. ^ w RW 

Verdict, n. rfiffajfo fh dqnwi ^ Din 

Verdure, n. miJJ {fa *„ 

Verge, n. ty , QtJ 

Verification, n. nu HOU inu U" VflTOl -ft* 

Verify, v. nns am Itfata h <3* «rou agu 

Verify (by weight)^ woti 

Verify(by measure) jrju rij jrju {l 

Verily, adv. t*<j u ^<!* 

Vermicelli, «. ^ ufa ufa Vl£ 

Vermiform, a, jj ^jj imiou TOrtM 

Vermilion, n. «0if) «Din idti rftm 

Vernacular, n. nit*l uni uiei «U ifin 

Vernacular, a. u*» ttoitlfl fm tfifi 

Verse, n. «fb to n»OU 

Versify, v. um fioi UVI n»m4 

Version, n. ms utla idvi rm*i ta 

Vertebra, n. njrnn ffU ttfl"5 tlf^bl w& 

Vertebrate, n. pfi Yi jj nj:{n riu w»*J iliu djJfei n 

Vertical, a. ft}* li* 

>K Vertigo, ». ftrojfriuMti: J4«wtTi 

Very, a. <fluid" 4*» )3fo itu% & lfh 

Not very A»j\m*: lii^ 



Vest, n. dfoffh 

Vesture,*. ufo>J tfefftl uAw aiif niu 

Veteran, n. ^fiuxi) imwt{W$fV /&n li* mil 4 llWlt 

Veto,*, rtntej ttltftoV- 

Vez,v. ib raw i&iifiifom fiiin 

Vexation, n. mtoi ifitift ifitftl ' 8?iJftmr\! 

Vexations, a. fnltttlWj 

Vexingly, adv. Ao^t.SUffm At sfcttfTlBTfl) 

Via/prep. !jtmiliH' 

Viaduct,*. fKWTU ftj fMi* 

Vial,*, nwdffll 

Viand, n. w* Ulfiw 4*6w JbtkttTU 

Vitalta, *• Ivo iifieu unto 

Viet, n, Fmjjwti^fe asf»4tteiif|R Qw f:w miim 

t Vie*,*. tl*> 

Vioe-coneol, n. nry**i»W 

* Viceroy, *, ^Jm- 

J/ Vieittity,*. 1&49W 

^ Vicious, a. fifrtiw 

Victim,*.' fttftflthftyfcittyf) fpuiDHW 

to***,*, nuit^miu: 



Victorious, h. ■ 


4t *v 4i fitw inJr 




Vie, v 


tkrmi 




y View. n. 


joujitfu. fe^ltfll 




View, v.. 


iw $ $ ualdVia 




Vigilance, n. 
Vigilant, a. 


R3T0J ami ith 

4j mJu idi 4Yro& $fan 




Vigor, n. 


flllA 14TIC 




Vigorous, a. 


";iA ujj arm/ 




VigorousneBs, n. 


ww jnu: 




Vile, a, 


^in i\i 8 rial -ft 




Village, n. 


v^ tfti f^ium tftu 


- 


Villager, n. 


jto tftu em oji \u ifou» tlfa 




Villain, n. 


RU ill tfl $fti 




Vindicate, v. 


Qni-9mu\ti'i4ta <to ^tfiflusU 




Vindication, n. 


nij n«T3 iirf afar nu flj^ife «& 




Vindicator, n. 


fuffiW 




Vindlotive, a. 


jjti ^n wtntrm 




Vfne, n 
Vinegar, n. 






Vineyard, n. 


muo^u muiKtfi^- • 




Violate, o. 
Violation, n. 


RTQjQittmj jumfctftft 




Act of violation 


nu fl^fw «mw rm hi uii cm nn ^ 




Violator n. 


^fofrv^my £11* 







440 


Violence, *. 


mi wiw ami fo rr« • 


Violent, a. 


4j -D3J ^ faj MJ| «»> {) rft 


Violet, n. 


nBnltffr mtjj 


Violin, n 


10 & any 


Violinist, n. 


w $ 10 ( & mtj ) 


Viper, *. 


\m ^iW 


Virgin, n. 


Wt)l STT3 £ Q tft^fi flT3 WWi. 


Virginity, n. 


fl7*j lifyrS ttw virijj mi 


Virtue, n. 


ami fi uudj yoj ijaa 


Virulent, a. 


flmf fa <fi 


Virus, n. 


i$o ^at* Mti 


Viscera, n. 


lf6oi1,U ("BOltfel) ftjlalifyj 


Viscerate, v. 


itniffawluDMl 


Viscid, a. . 


urita? $u 


Viscidity, *. 


ftTOilVl&tnftu 


Vise, n 


iiji na ( win ) 


Visible, a. 


bti\i\tf- 


Vision, n. 


Araiiflu tmnta 


Visit, v. 


i6uu iCitiu 


Visit, n. 


mj i&tiu ilkiu nu i&jjjI^ 


Visitor, n. 


^"sn i^yjj utn tftu 


Vital, a. 


uritto* *hffftj 


ViUlpftrt 


iihriftj 


Vitrify, v. 


ifaltfrnam ahi rat^n 



641 

Vitriol, n, yWw 

Vivify, v. tfilWfou 

Viz, adv. fo h 

Vocabulary, n. D fmj rimf 

Vocal, a. 'jjifoji JiWlWiii 

Vocation, n. ^ nimdkii *i 

Vociferate, v. Jbufowifi 

Vogue, o. th ro}Jf)1 Q ^ OTJJ l(to>j jj Vf ffa 

Voice, n. tfufojj ^ w 

Voiceless, a. 4j tlnfum ifaj* ltf 

Void, a. idftl w 

Volatile, a. ^RTinduloVlXi 

Volatilize, v. VnltfriaiU idulo 

Volcano, w. gnnld 

Volcanic, a. iiw pnnld 

Volume, n. wMoi*i}Jtt& WiflnftWj 

Voluntarily, adv. \f\M i&j U tfltJ dlifiol^ 

Voluntary, a. ifaj dllJlQ ta mft 

Volunteer, «. ^ftj OTin $>ifo 

Vomit, v. pii^tm 

Voracious; a. 4/tan qtotj ^1 fiu^ 

Vortex, n. ^ U* W null, ifi JU 

Vote, n. rm i£on 

Vouch, v. tljrrfu fa dstfu 



Vouchee *< 


642 

lu rff* ifin Dy 


Vow, n. 
Vow, v. 


8u ua J5^)' ,w * t&yH 
tfi ftu tlfl ua Ultt 


Fulfill a vow 


utfSu tia 


Vowel, n. 


OflN? #85 Dt 


Voyage, n. 
Vulcanize, v. 


4i tin ft luorkfaA 


Vulgar, &, 
Vulnerable, a. 


inmimu 

4* t?1 ttftll\4 tttt»1wl^ ( will RJ TOtjRl Ttt6 ) 


Vulture, n. 


uniifc 




w.» 


W 


tTnw <l «oi lu tfrat tijjW|W 


Wad, n. 


WJEM fit* 


Waddle, v. 
•Wade, v. 


iRti Hj« nam 

^«.\fi thud! 


Wafer, n. 

Wag, v. 
Wage, v. 1 
Waged, n, [ 
Wager, v. 


wtfu Tit Hu fitKt 


Wagon, n. 
Wail, n, - 
Wail,, v. 


to key ro tfttyn no* 
•mdifif 


Waist, n. 


101 


Waist-band^ n. 


rwiiutB 





643 




Wait, v. 


«oy nmiih 


-•?■<.-•■ 


Wait a little, 


ftoutkima • tfoiltrtnem 


Lie in wait, 


t»Tfi tarns , 




Wait first, 


oth inio rim* 




Waiter, n. 


Fmlt mitlgdl 




Wake, v. 


tl^n wti 




Wakeful, a. 


uowIsjwhIj 




Waken, v. 


tl$n t^ftu 




Walk, n 


fTHnilhi' liufiu 




Walk, t>. 


fbitiu ifiu ' ifofl 




Walker, n. 


$^ftu «u iiw ifiti 


% 


Walking -staff, n. 


TTi*- 




Wall, n. 


fVttiW Ji 




Wall, v. 


to mm fou , jfejj foi rlium 


Wall (of a building) *h WUJ 


* 


Wallow, v. 


nfo mSon taw 




Waltz, n. 


> ninifa h othi Sim iMj 




Wand, to. 


Ttfitfliffn 




Wander, v. 


aiM^m vwira mfc 




Wanderer, n. 


^ifo? 




Wane, t;. 


jfoif tfoy «* 




Wanjbog, arfv. 


♦uiuw-dfati ) 




Want,n 


AmitftMmJ ' OTTJJlfolni 




Want, v. 


•tei rnj "'"'*i im ; tfaffti 


ifcj dj^rirf' 



644 



Still wanting 


lU IT* 0$ 


Wanting a 


til gfofa o\i v 


War, n. 


m» ytif twuiu ms Pta 


Oo to war 


liJtfii Id An 


Make war "J 
Wage war j 


ih warm tin yrniti w 


Warbte, w 


*&m vn tbi 


Ward, t> 


itf i fn*n t)w rtU 


Ward, n 


\ite*u\* 


Warden, n. 


mA« ^iflvfhtn 


Wardrobe, n. 


flTifcch 


Ware, *. # 


Jhi rii 


Ware hoo«f> 


JwVfhiih 


Wares, n. />£ 


^ ftl*OJfill*) 


Warfare, n. 


mi wjfinu 


Warlike a • 


eliju nu An 


Warm, &. 


' U 


Warm, v 


©AdM^u ihlifyiu 


Warmth, n. 


RTWpU 


Warn, «. 


tfouaaimfc tmnW'J'ifo 


Warning, n. 


mjuonl^nSwl 


Warrant, n, 


'tfefftj h A A mSlo tf-nm *i A 


Warrant, ♦. 


ft; d^rto lt(*tfeffa 


Warrior, «. 


wrarci 


W«rt, n. 


$* daAotwoutri 



046 

Warty, a. iwfluu |M iito fl» 

Was, *. t^J fl ite 

Wash, v. fftl -fa 

Wash-board, 7*. fifc&iu fld1.i&8«Jh 

Washer, n utta ™&jm (fftlWJflj) 

Washer-man, n. fmifhefr •BTI'tffttf) 

Washing, n nu *fn ft* ta: *tfh 

Wasp, ft n lmm ft no 

Waste, v. itltoi l*h> 

Waste time ifa urn tlwmj idfta n»i 

Waste, a. 4l hi tthil 

Wasteful, a & JJh tf) ifoj fottlSoj itilh •) 

Wastefulness, n ami llJROi ttlfh 

Watch, n. uisj «u «"oj *2ii fnyi 

Watch, v. ffonfl tWlJ $14 i& \ii tfftl 

W (proceedings) fllHU Tto ^TJt 

W. (actions of) fiflD JJEM HOW KM 

Watch,*. trrtmnn 

Watchfulness, n. MTWflJjfhWI 

Watch-house, n **> «0U 

Watchmaker, n. 1flJ UftwRm 

Watchman, n. RU U"W «U l& UUJ 

Water, n. Ji ^ 

Holy water tfi WW* lft IUfJ Ulh 



Bam water 
Fresh water 
Water, t>. 
Water-closet, n. 
Water-color, tu 
Water-course, n. 
Water-fall, n. 
Water-gauge, ». 
Water-lily, n. 
Water-line, n* 
Watermelon, n. 
Watering-pot, **» 
Water-pot, n. 
Waterproof, n. 
Water-rot^ n. 
Water-wheel, n. 
Water-way, n. 
Watery, a. 
Wave, n. 
Wave, v. 
Wavy, a. 
Wax, n. 
Sealing wax 
Wa*,* 



§46 

tfitJit 

in tK 

^| tiia flinrs:' tfot thesis: 
ir dmrij \ft 

titttfi rra \fi 
n* Jinn ttni 

&itJ3 fiontft 

mn ifi ( ri« iftwA) fiifiu ) 

uwta uft qfiri 

m\fi 
dferifctb 

Erifo Ji t>. ? fttnafo <ip ifivfi 

imnrifaiii itatKirvi 
alu rcntm 
tun nafaa 
^jiluwuun ^nlu-jni 
«<k 



Wax -candle, n. 
Wax -work, n. 
Waxy, a. 
Way, n. 
Way (of doing) 
Way (of reading) 
The whole way 
Half way 
Waylay, v. 
We, proft. pi. 
Weak, o. 
Weaken, % 
Weakness, it. 
Wealth, n. 
Wealthiness, n. 
Wealthy, a. 
Wean, o. 



pon, n. 
All kind 8 of 

weapons 
Wear, v. $?$*% 

Worn 
Weariness, n. 

Wearisome, a. v 

Weary, v. 

Weary, a. 



647 

WR!> nn mm *$ 
*tt B*ru . s 

ihtiQ*(fnu) 

naDn inn *w in rw: 

fo 1fTO fffo «« - . . ■ 

aqsj ritf : ifa 
in f / 

RTajoWmal 

into* trip 
iwjw yni 



Weave, v. Wove 

Woven 
Weaver, n. 



e4§ 

Weasel, n. jft HSU . * 

Weather, n. mm* ill UH: 0*11* 

Weather, v. tl\i S^j Iff YM ftuti'V' 

Weather-beaten, a. filuwjx «m UHIl doi 
Cloudy weather fin tfi jfl plu 
Weathei*GDck, n. u ftu fa ^ twitt f fiSJ 

TIB dl 

•dll tlfl «Jl 

ifii tJlffovAl 
umm unltfatluufKn 

nv'W rmthaira 

*w 

won i« Vf'tu %r 

um iin tfou *doj trfto mtau 4i doti «fati 
trownji tnruwiJV 
nnji 4u in ■ wnjl jn inn- 

Jii won *m & B#mf 
^avwiti my otn tnflntf a: otJb 

fctl# turn 



Web, w. 
Web (of cloth.) 
Wed, v. • 
Wedded, a. 
Wedding, n. 
Wedge, n. 
Wedge, v. 
Wednesday, it. 
Wee, a. 
Weed, v. 
Weedy, a. 
Week, w. 
Week-day, *. 
Weekly, n. 
Weekly, Adv. « 
Weep, v. Wept. 



Weeping, n» 


rm Urnil fill nufcilrt' 


Weigh, v. 


fiiwx/g ^1 H^ijcui fin time* 


Weight; n 


tfi *tfn fliDj wUrr 


Weighable, a. 


hx mo «•: v J ifi wJnT« v 


Weighty, a. 


ifi win wn win wm 


Welcome, a 


4j ill JM fa] rtoj €u ft fou fb tiu flu ft 


Wel<l, v 


i4qxi Wft* 


Welfare, n. 
Well, n. 




Well, a Better, 

Best 
Well, adv 


ft KU1U ft 0^} ft 

ftuift rtmfin. una: 


Well-being, n. 


«rw wjtij tbnft 


Well- bred, a. 


^ Ci niuiiiunufi ft 


Well- aigh, adv 


*3U oy uifa w ifiou 


Weo, n. 


■U tbi 


Went, v. 


oft* uva Go 


Wept^u 


oft* uw Ww>p 


Were, v pi 


oft* urii #e 


West, n 


flu nfc wn 


Western, a. 


tliy nil* an fa «)U *n 


Westerly | . un^iifc an '■ 

Westwardly J ^ k 

Wet, a »tton lu tnu TO 


Wet, v. 


rfildftCkm fortta 


Wetness, tv. 


awiifltmlu 



Wet-ouree, n. wjiw 

WhJe, n. llaim * - 

Wharf, n. fii^QfiffAi - «i dkiu difiu 

What, pron. qeTj fol* 

For what 'ifaWIt ! 

Wfeafcfof "" ml* 0:1* 

What, then jjc u ilh 

Whatever, pron. tj 5 :n* lfjjifc & oduTl *| ff ^ 

Whatsoever, pron. ajju q;Tj q fi £1 q^ -j 

Wheat, 7i. lil ml 

Wheel, <n. ft! <ftf .TOJH fltVIIQ 

Wheel-barrow, ». 30 »b i«5J3»HWJ *U 11W 

Whelp, n. $n tifi 

Wheu, adv. ftfU flfo iftoVi*. 

Kven when wfc h iilo fa ufttTl iflo 

Whence, adv ^tn WM 

Whenever, adv. ttSoTs »6©ltflfc i&1 1* $itffafy 

Whenever such an 

occasion ahoold tft wn ii iftfi Hu 1& tfto $14 Bm til 

occur f 

Where, adv. #W 

Wherefore, adv. tmiWfV tiW 

Everywhere, ••'* fflflfW 5 

Whtnmtw, MfctW^lU ad% Twwj 

Wherewith, adv. ^ fa mil 1 # _ 



6513 

Wherefore, adv, ir^ h QUJ 71 

Whet, v. tfj jfo^ftn, pjfojfcu 

Whether, conj. ni...Tjj 

Whet-stone, n. flu jfu JJW 

Which, pron. fo $ ^U D VUu 

While, cowj. roil ^)a In tan inc i&o dra 

Whinny, u. mwjfifoj 

Whip, n. li«i 

Horse whip aif 3J> 

Whip, u. tfiitm WW 

Whirl, v. vi^ju & WW 

Whirlpool, ». do U*t 3U liltafl ftl ibtiU 

Whirlwind, ». . RU-TOU 8U WBU 

Whisker, w. Wttfi 

Chin whiskers WWW AT* 

Whiskey, & ^31 

Whisper, v. $f) flJlf tl 

Whistle, i*. WO wm 

Whistle, «. &thn i&WR 

White, a. 1TO. TTR 1&M 

Whiteness, ft. R313J HT3 ffl Ik 

Whitewash, *. 'tf ^11 HT3 

Whither, acta f)*lvM ttwl» 

Whittle, t>, win wriTjI' intn 



Who, pron. 

Whoever, pron. 

WhpIe,o. 

Wholesale, «. 

Wholesome, a. 

Whom, pron* 
Whomsoever. ^ 
Whosoever, ^ rcm ' 
Whooping-cough, 

% 
Whose, pvon* 

Why, adv. 

Wick, n. 

Wicked, a. 

Wickedness, n. 
^ Wide, a. 

Widen, v. 

Wideness, n. 

Widow, n. 

Widomer, n. ^ 

Width, n. 

Wffe,«. 

Wig,n. 

Wfld, a. 
i?>*Wlld beast 
\ ^Wilderness, ». 



652 

Iw kIj $1a ^ 

tra to raw tfau rm nu to ivan nw 
4*1ai imai $ itlu 904 wri mu 
1m ^lw 

train nn* 

101 Iw mmjrtfl 

A ii*j ma 
ami ift 

tfittfnfa mtnu ItfnSt 

arm nfr «ow $ 

filD WSJTtf 

«fol Wli tlflflN 

uJitj? uw ill ifau 

ffaf til ffof'uJ&ttf 

ilnn ill hi 



653 



Wildness, »u 
Wile, n. 
Will, n. 
Will, v. Would 
Will, v. 

Against the will 
At will 
Willful, a. 
Willing, a. 
Willingly, adv. 
Willingness, n. 

Wilt, v. 

Win, v. Won 

Wind, n. 

Against the wind 

High wind 

Wind, v. Wound 

Wind-mill, n, 

Windiness, n. 

Winding, *. 

Windlass, *., 

Window, n. 

Window-blind, n. 

Windpipe, *» 



na nmuwiwBa» fmptrai 

«*; 

fo «uta him 

m $n Vtwrnrtc 

sii \ ■ * * 

i^qj S fei au stfti ffoi mi aw 
ifbtftu rifoiumi 



Windward, adv. 

Windy, a, 

' Wine, n. 

Wine-glass, n. 

Wing, n. 

On the wing 

Wing, v. 

Wink, v. 

Winner, n. » 

Winter, n. 

Wipe, v. 

Wire ? n. 

Wire, v. 

Wisdom, n. 

Wise, a. 

Wish, v. 

Wteh, n. 

Wishful, a. 

Wisher, n. 

Wit, n 

To wit 

Witch, n. 

With, prep. 
Withdraw, tydww, 
drawn. ' 



654 

do 

thai Gu 

?ftu m 

r)5 row vii *MTf 

4i aw ^n ffi rfaj j&a 

o»-ia 6 {j riftjryi «m £a*rwu: 
tlaimns cum *:W 
rtoj outtTU' rtbj tljmui 
ti mtu dnmn 4i mnnV' 

{tnjnji dnjnji $a »an 
As iR $ 

rfftj Go rfb 

fmu tmuai raw tuft 



665 

Withdrawal, n. nu tifM BBn mi tttHj wtf} 

Wither, v. ifeg atft 

Within, prep. ft In fo mil 111 lu KWTT lu (torn* 

Without, prep, ftuon tlnns-m 1jj£) won nth 

Withstand, n. -?<„«,,, j** • 

stood ™ tnw f WQ 

Witness, n. WJTU rfiwtnu 

Witness, v. itlu wsnu flu tfii dfjancu 

In W. thereof iffo idu jflRUj » 

Witty, a. fffi iwrc Rti flyn 

Wives, w. pj. jiJKn v>msj W(/& 

Woe, n. flr^j jins'wmi 

Wolf, n. mfiili roxilw*^<lu 

Woman, n. f WJJ* ffifo 

Womanly, a. 8JJ tiff jfaft mitt ^wrfij 

Womb, n. jjh jn yynf 

' Won, v. - 0$jfl uw tf% 

Wonder, n. an*] flairi Is rifosHtfls . mi dfcsntf 

Wonder, y. fi nmi aru tiffu 

Wonderful, a. fiqn dEwnn itlu ♦ tfasairts 

Wonderment, n. R7WJ dfcWJIfl 

Wont, a. ilRUtf) 

Wood.n. Til* flu diTjJ* 

Wood-cut, ». 1 fJurfxinr smltf 



Wood -cutter, n. ru nn fiiu 

Wooded^a. to ffa NTH 1J ill JJ1TI 

Wooden, v. YJ1 ffaultf' 

Wood-house*- n. tjA^ltfl^jta 

Woodpecker, n. un fl Y)Of 

Wool, n. im un: 

Woolen, a. Yh »faj «8U tifi: 

Word, «. tftw fll rfw/ 

Boot word * fh ^18 

Compound word ft*l «f*M (fo 5JJWJ 

Not to keep one's a:ai y ft tf lfiiy ft ^ fa ^ 

word 

•Wordy, a. Itfi'l Win (to t/tt 

Wore, o. D$f»#Jw M^ar 

Work, n. nu tin V) *n 

Work, v. Vhfreaonujj 

Worker, n. *B"K RU1TU nuififrtf 

Work-box, n. 6tJ ifllw $0 

Work-dfty, a. . . ft JlU 

Workman, n. flU Vh n* -in ^ 

Workm#rt*|p, *. A tot 
Of old wQrkman-rifo«Buttin04 

Wo*k-*hop, n. wrm 

World, n. to* *Um( 

Worldly, a. iniftin/ In Yiiwif'flfwJB 



Worm, n. 
Worms, ». pi. 
Wormy, a. 
Worn, i). 
Worry, n. 
Worry, v. 
Worse, a. 
Worship, n. 
Worshiper, n. 
Worst, a. 
Worth, ». 
Worth, a. 
Worthy, a. 

Worthless, a. 

Would, v. 

Wound, n. 

Wound, v. 

Wove, v. Woven 

Wrap, v. 

Wrath, n. 

Wrathy, a. 

Wreath, n. 

Wreck, n. 

Wrench, n» 



657 

. Rrai rfoa mui itlu ror 

& ngi i^u vftlfi «i 4} nil 
RTW iR"ow btoj iSti fio 

6'j^n tfrvi $w bvwCIj 

tklsjui/ 5iri fiU4 mtjj' sum -stiff swjax 

njj wjjru -iUr* Rartu 

T^jkJjtta'au fiVrtjV 

tilifi ww 'W«// 

• if 

ucjh inn wti» jqu mo infl 

tfilfffiuwa ultima u&a 

b^pj uw Wtfat*- 

wolf' tin BawlST * , . 

atw -rib nwW BJiwttiiis 

W3J341ffo mm 

■ fro rtithi imn fjot cm 'flu m unn 





est 


Wrestle, t>. 


tlnV^rfti / ; 


i Wrestle, n. 


nuinutlffi 


Wrestler, «. 


fsNi&r 


Wretch, »» 


m t$1 -til rifajW- «u^ 


Wretched, a. 


$tiA?B flu4^ 


' Wring, v. Wrong fi^ nRHJtfrt 


, Wrinkle, n. 


j'mum 


Wrinkle, v. 


Vhttftta du rwHh 


Wrist, n. 


ibto 


Write, v. Wrote, 
Written 


Am vnwxjli' 


W, a good ha ad 


rttm'irwftftli * 


Writer, n. 


^4^1^ Ulfitm ^MWWUjSo 


Writ»ttg> **• 


mnttiufn&ta i&iftfiiufaM 


Writing-paper, n 


. nsrHTtti^im * 


•^Writing master, 


n. £>mM flwi 


Wrong, $1 


fin" ^5 ^fifh l^|rfi. 


Wrong, w. 


feign fe'SaaJta 


Wrong-doer, it. 


$"ttawj*8f) 


# Wrong- fu!, a. 


^fiiu^ritluljisS}* 


Wrofegne88, *fc 


* niiufy 


Wrbte,i;. *• 


oUa lutf Writ* 


■•'*, ,'" •■ 


Xanthine, it. 


iw ifo liftifolff ft iuritof v 




X 



Xylography,, rt. 
Xyster, n. 

Y 

. Yacht, n. 

Yachting, n. 

Yarn, n. 

Yard, n. 

Yard -stick, n. 

Yarn, n.- 

Yawn, v. 

Ye, pron. 

Year, n. 

Leap Vfcar 

Yearly; a. 

Yearn, v. 

Yeast, n. 

Ye,k '*U 
Yolk, J n - 

Yell, v. 
Yellow, a. 
Yellowish, a. 
Yelp, v. 
Yes, adv 
Yesterday, n. 



659 

tiftei Cb ifwfo j« rorjo 

, : Y / 

e*hltf*$ ttdr k tints tftnt)* , 

fto ffiCta itfn ")' ifcHfo ifaj i»u 

mi rfi«ui ifiu lu So ditta iKn 

j& iCion jJU Co i&t? 

miui w$i iWRiltj Itffa tni fnu^a itwi 

ittftn d * 

i tftnjjT* 

Si ami a* own V oiLii fli 
i$o i$o uwi 
■wii'uw'ttiwli 

wlor $iw$qj' :.. >_ 

imSoi ^ov» i 

moftj ^ mo 



Yesterday, -night 




Yet, adv. 


uT iutti i\i wnlu 


Yield, v. 


un lif ifiji tilt Ciu aba «tw mm uqij • 


Yoke, n. , 


utiv. wonla ntfelp: 


Yonder, J 


ttlli \uHuftl; tuu tuuuu 


You, pron. 


Tfiiu ifo 


Young, a. , 


wyjj ^u kjtJ' 


Youngatdr, *,. 


?\m iu wyu 


Younger, a. 


bdu nil aya mi 


The youngest 


'ffnftw 


Your, pron. 


to* vhu 


Yourself, pron. 


YHUI& rfSWU 


Youth, W 
^Youths, J n ' 


wyw 4 tn^ kjt? fiyu ^u iutT "V. 


Youthiulnesa, ti. 


OTTJJ $U V>u)j 


Z 


oTiyj 4i wp-lu dtrajr fimt|t* 


,' Zeal, «. 


ami feu H 


Zealot, «. 


$to nr,u feu I*? ftfo irm 


Zealous, a. 


£ roiw feu m 1-s feu ju 


Zebra, n^ # 


ih fjinj 


Zebu, «. 


njrtjQ i£mn 


Zenith, «. 


*bu p $ ^rlu-ifei & * 


Zophyr, n. 


aw rfa osu i 


Zero, n. 


jnjjnt 



Zest, n. 

Zigzag, a. 




661 

iBIIUflr SJ iff 


Zigzag, n. 




HOJ Vi RPlld Rfl JJ"1 


Zinc, r. 
Mod, «. 
Zodiac, n. 




R'jnR 






Zone, n. "' 


/ 


unu voaAfuj sou niw m/Urnf 


ZoOlogy, n. 




ifaji vi mm ifaj rfnl'nTj n 


. Zoologist, n. 
* Zymotic, a. § 




4j ififl $14 wit: rtijj wi)h y« 



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